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CLASSIFICATION 



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United States Patent Ofeice 



ARRANGED BY DIVISIONS 



WITH 



CLASSES AND SUBCLASSES IN EACH 



Revised to July 1, 1908 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1908 



I'icpcilj of the United States Government. 



CLASSIFICATION 



OF SUBJECTS OF IX Y K NT I O.N' 



OF THE 



United States Patent Office 



ARRANGED BY DIVISIONS 



WITH 



CLASSES AND SUBCLASSES IN EACH 



Revised to July 1, 1908 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1908 



9,173 



Department of the Interior. 

United States Patent Office, 

Washington, D. 0., July 1, 1908. 

The following is the official classification of patents and inventions in the Patent Office. 
No changes will be made therein except by order of the Commissioner. 

Should occasion arise for any modification of this classification, either by the discon- 
tinuance of any title or by the addition of a new one, the matter will be presented to the 
Commissioner for his action. 

Examiners will not transfer patented drawings from one class or subclass to another 
except on approval of the Examiner of Classification. 

Changes in classes and subclasses will be published in the Official Gazette. 

EDWARD B. MOORE, 

Commissioner of Patents. 
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SUBJECTS OF INVENTION. 


DIVISION VI.— Examiner Seaman. 


Subjects of invention are divided into two 


Classes. 


hundred and thirty-seven classes, and as- 




signed for examination to the forty-two Exam- 
ining Divisions of this Office, as follows : 


8. Bleaching and Dyeing. 
23. Chemicals. 




52. Explosives. 


DIVISION I. — Examiner Loeffler. 


71. Fertilizers. 




167. Medicines. 


Glasses. 


99. Preserving. 


39. Fences. 


127. Sugar and Salt. ' 


55. Harrows and Diggers. 




97. Plows. 


DIVISION VII.— Examiner Townsend. 


111. Seeders and Planters. 




47. Trees, Plants, and Flowers. 


Classes. 


DIVISION II.— Examiner Rafter. 


46. Games and Toys. 




185. Mechanical Motors. 


Classes. 


88. Optics. 


6. Bee Culture. 


93. Paper Manufactures. 


31. Dairy. 


208. Velocipedes. 


216. Label-Affixers. 




129. Paper Files and Binders. 


DIVISION VIII.— Examiner Johnson. 


98. Pneumatics. 




100. Presses. 


Classes. 


186. Store-Service. 


5. Beds. 


131. Tobacco. 


155. Chairs. 




45. Furniture. 


DIVISION III.— Examiner Rich. 


65. Kitchen and Table Articles. 


Classes. 


211. Store Furniture. 


148. Annealing and Tempering. 


DIVISION IX.— Examiner Tryon. 


96. Coating with Metal. 




204. Electrochemistry. 


Classes. 


22. Metal-Founding. 




o 

75. Metallurgy. 
207. Shaping Fluid Metal. 


230. Air and Gas Pumps. 


169. Fire-Extinguishers . 


IT O 


138. Hydraulic Motors. 


DIVISION IV.— Examiner Pond. 


103. Pumps. 




182. Sewerage. 


Classes. 


O 


14. Bridges. 


DIVISION X. — Examiner Mitchell. 


193. Conveyers. 




212. Cranes and Derricks. 


Class. 


37. Excavating. 
57. Hoisting. 


21. Carriages and Wagons. 


61. Hydraulic Engineering. 


DIVISION XL— Examiner Disney. 


214. Loading and Unloading. 




189. Metallic Building Structures. 


Classes. 


DIVISION V.— Examiner Lane. 


12. Boot and Shoe Making. 




36. Boots, Shoes, and Leggings. 


Classes. 


218. Button, Eyelet, and Rivet Setting. 


11. Bookbinding. 


54. Harness. 


56. Harvesters. 


69. Leather Manufactures. 


63. Jewelry. 


1. Nailing and Stapling. 


84. Music. 


231. Whips and Whip Apparatus. 



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DIVISION XII. Ex \mim.k Wright. 


DIVISION XVI. ExAMINKIlW.A.KlNNAN. 


( lasses. 


< lasses. 


isr. Elevators. 


1 78. Telegraphy. 


(> t. Journal-Boxes, Pulleys, and Shafting. 


179. Telephony. 


is l. Lubrication. 




7 1. Machine Elements. 


DIVISION XVII.— Examiner Henry. 


DIVISION XIII.— Examiner Sewall. 


Classes. 


Classes. 


192. Clutches. 


sii. Anns, Projectiles, and Explosive 

Charges. Making 
10. Bolt, Nail, Nut, Rivet, and Screw Mak- 


199. Linotyping. 
198. Matrix-Making. 


151. Nut and Bolt Locks. 


ing. 


101. Printing. 


77. Boring and Drilling. 


DIVISION XVIII.— Examiner Gsantner. 


79. Button-Making. 




59. Chain, Staple, and Horseshoe Making. 


Classes. 


85. Driven, Headed, and Screw-Threaded 




Fastenings. 


162. Injectors and Ejectors. • 


90. Gear-Cutting, Milling, and Planing. 


160. Steam and Vacuum Pumps. 


205. Metal-Drawing. 


122. Steam-Boilers. 


78. Metal Forging and Welding. 


121. Steam-Engines. , 


SO, Metal-Rolling. 


136. Steam-Engine Valves. 


76. Metal Tools and Implements. Making 
29. Metal-Working. 




DIVISION XIX.— Examiner Moore. 


163. Needle and Pin Making. 


Classes. 


82. Turning. 






236. Dampers, Automatic 
110. Furnaces. 


DIVISION XIV.— Examiner Maxson. 


Classes. 


237. Heat-Distributing Systems. 


7. Compound Tools. 


126. Stoves and Furnaces. 


164. Cutting and Punching Sheets and Bars. 
168. Farriery. 




DIVISION XX.— Examiner Wilkinson, 


153. Metal-Bending. 


Classes. 


201. Metal-Ornamenting. 




113. Sheet-Metal Ware. Making 


3. Artificial Limbs. 


81. Tools. 


16. Builders' Hardware. 


140. Wire- Working. 


32. Dentistry. 




70. Locks and Latches. 


DIVISION XV.— Examiner Stauffer. 


109. Safes. 


Classes. 


27. Undertaking. 


107. Bread, Pastry, and Confection Making. 




91. Coating. 


DIVISION XXL— Examiner Giles. 


44. Fuel. 


Classes. 


49. Glass. 




222. Hydraulic Cement and Lime. 


13. Brakes and Gins. 


154. Laminated Sheets and Fabrics. 


19. Carding. 


92. Paper-Making. 


26. Cloth-Finishing. 


94. Paving. 


28. Cordage. 


95. Photography. 


38. Felt and Fur. 


25. Plastic Block and Earthenware Appa- 


66. Knitting and Netting. 


• ratus. 


117. Silk. 


106. Plastic Compositions. 


118. Spinning. 


18. Plastics. 


139. Weaving. 



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DIVISION XXII.— Examiner Colwell. 

Glasses. 

124. Air-Guns, Catapults, and Targets. 

102. Ammunition and Explosive Devices. 

9. Boats and Buoys. 

42. Firearms. 

115. Marine Propulsion. 

89. Ordnance. 

239. Railway-Rails and Joints. 

238. Railway-Ties and Fasteners. 

114. Ships. 

DIVISION XXIIL— Examiner Newton. 

Classes. 
181. Acoustics. 
133. Coin-Handling. 
58. Horology. 

234. Recorders. 

235. Registers. 

161. Time-Controlling Mechanism . 

DIVISION XXIV.— Examiner Darby. 

Classes. 
2. Apparel. 
223. Apparel Apparatus. 
112. Sewing-Machines. 
128. Surgery. 

DIVISION XXV.— Examiner Wynne. 

Classes. 

17. Butchering. 

83. Mills. 
130. Threshing. 
146. Vegetable Cutters and Crushers. 

DIVISION, XXVI.— Examiner Shaw. 

Classes. 

219. Electric Heating and Rheostats. 
191. Electricity. Electric Railways. 

171. Electricity. Generation. 

172. Electricity. Motive Power. 

DIVISION XXVII.— Examiner Gould. 

Classes. 

15. Brushing and Scrubbing. 
51. Grinding and Polishing. 
68. Laundry. 
141. Washing Apparatus. 

DIVISION XXVIII.— Ex. Anderson. 

Classes. 

123. Internal-Combustion Engines. 
60. Miscellaneous Heat-Engine Plants. 



DIVISION XXIX.— Examiner Morris. 

Classes. 
147. Coopering. 

227. Fire-Escapes. 

228. Ladders. 
108. Roofs. 

157. Wheelwright-Machines. 
20. Wooden Buildings. 

143.' Wood-Sawing. 
142. Wood-Turning. 

144. Woodworking. 

145. Woodworking-Tools. 

DIVISION XXX.— Examiner Sullivan. 

Classes. 

50. Fluid-Pressure Regulators. 

67. Lamps and Gas-Fittings. 

158. Liquid and Gaseous Fuel Burners. 
197. Type-Writing Machines. 

DIVISION XXXL— Examiner Ely. 

Classes. 

195. Alcohol. 

203. Ammonia, Water, and Wood Distilla- 
tion. 

202. Charcoal and Coke. 

48. Gas. Heating and Illuminating 

149. Hides, Skins, and Leather. 

134. Liquid Coating Compositions. 

196. Mineral Oils. 

87. Oils, Fats, and Glue. 
210. Water Purification. 

DIVISION XXXIL— Examiner Bancroft. 

Classes. 

209. Carbonating Beverages. 

225. Dispensing Beverages. 
221. Dispensing-Cans. 

220. Metallic Shipping and Storing Vessels. 

226. Packaging Liquids. 
62. Refrigeration. 

DIVISION XXXIIL— Ex. W. A. Cowles. 

Classes. 
Cutlery. 



30 
53 

174 
177 



Domestic Cooking Vessels. 
Electricity. Medical and Surgical. 
Electric Signaling. 
72. Masonry and Concrete Structures. 
135. Tents, Canopies, Umbrellas, and Canes. 



(6) 



DIVISION XXXIV. Examiner Simpson. 

Classes. 

188. Railway-Brakes. 

105. Railway Rolling-Stock. 

104. Railways. 

DIVISION XXXV.— Examiner Nixon. 

Classes. 

24. Buckles, Buttons, Clasps, Etc. 

40. Card, Picture, and Sign Exhibiting. 

241. Garment-Supporters. 

116. Signals. 

132. Toilet. 

DIVISION XXXVI.— Examiner Morton. 

Classes. 

156. Curtains, Shades, and Screens. 

33. Drafting. 

34. Driers. 
159. Engraving. 

73. Measuring Instruments. 
170. Wind-Wheels. 

DIVISION XXXVII.— Ex. A. F. Kinnan. 

Classes. 

173. Electricity. Conductors. 

175. Electricity. General Applications. 

176. Electric Lighting. 

DIVISION XXXVIII.— Exam'r Tucker. 

Classes. 

166. Artesian and Oil Wells. 

215. Bottles and Jars. 

119. Care of Live Stock. 

35. Educational Appliances. 



DIVISION XXXVIII.— Exam ' r Tuck br.— 

Continued. 

Classes. — Continued. 

43. Fishing and Trapping. 
120. Stationery. 
125. Stone-Working. 

DIVISION XXXIX.— Ex. A. W. Cowles. 

Classes. 

4. Baths and Closets. 
137. Water Distribution. 

DIVISION XL. — Examiner Merritt. 

Classes. 

190. Baggage. 

194. Check-Controlled Apparatus. 
150. Cloth, Leather, and Rubber Recepta- 
cles. 
232. Deposit and Collection Receptacles. 

41. Fine Arts. 
240. Lighting-Fixtures. 
224. Package and Article Carriers. 
229. Paper Receptacles. 
206. Special Receptacles and Packages. 
217. Wooden Receptacles. 

DIVISION XLL— Examiner Brown. 

Classes. 

213. Railway Draft Appliances. 
152. Resilient Tires and Wheels. 



TRADE-MARK DIVISION.- 
Chapman. 

Classes. 

165. Designs. 

Trade-Marks. 
Prints and Labels. 



-Examiner 



(7) 



CLASSES NUMERICALLY ARRANGED. 



Class: 



Nailing and stapling 

Apparel 

Artificial limbs 

Baths and closets 

Beds : 

Bee culture 

Compound tools 

Bleaching and dyeing 

Boats and buoys 

Bolt, nail, nut, rivet, and screw making 

Bookbinding 

Boot and shoe making 

Brakes and gins 

Bridges 

Brushing and scrubbing 

Builders' hardware 

Butchering 

Plastics 

Carding 

Wooden buildings 

Carriages and wagons 

Metal-founding 

Chemicals 

Buckles, buttons, clasps, etc 

Plastic block and earthenware apparatus 

Cloth-finishing 

Undertaking 

Cordage 

Metal-working 

Cutlery 

Dairy , 

Dentistry 

Drafting 

Driers 

Educational appliances 

Boots, shoes, and leggings 

Excavating 

Felt and fur 

Fences 

Card, picture, and sign exhibiting 

Fine arts 

Firearms 

Fishing and trapping 

Fuel , . v . . 

Furniture 

Games and toys 

Trees, plants, and flowers 

Gas. Heating and illuminating 

Glass 

Fluid-pressure regulators 

Grinding and polishing 

Explosives 

Domestic cooking vessels • 

Harness 

Harrows and diggers 

Harvesters 

Hoisting ■. 

Horology 

Chain, staple, and horseshoe making 

Miscellaneous heat-engine plants 

Hydraulic engineering 

Refrigeration 

Jewelry 

Journal-boxes, pulleys, and shafting 

Kitchen and table articles : 

Knitting and netting 

Lamps and gas-fittings. 

Laundry 

Leather manufactures.. 

Locks and latches 

Fertilizers 

Masonry and concrete structures 

Measuring instruments 

Machine elements 

Metallurgy 

Metal tools and implements. Making 

Boring and drilling 

Metal forging and welding 

Button-making 

Metal-rolling 

Tools 

Turning 

Mills 

Music 

Driven, headed, and screw-threaded fastenings 

Arms, projectiles, and explosive charges. Making. 

Oils, fats, and glue 

Optics 

O rdnance 

Gear-cutting, milling, and planing 

Coating ' 

Paper-making 



Class. 



Paper manufactures 

Paving 

Photography 

Coating with metal 

Plows 

Pneumatics 

Preserving 

Presses 

Printing 

Ammunition and explosive devices 

Pumps 

Railways 

Railway rolling-stock 

Plastic compositions 

Bread, pastry, and confection making. 

Roofs 

Safes 

Furnaces 

Seeders and planters 

Sewing-machines 

Sheet-metal ware. Making 

Ships 

Marine propulsion 

Signals 

Silk 



Spinning 

Care of live stock 

Stationery ' 

Steam-engines 

Steam-boilers 

Internal-combustion engines 

Air-guns, catapults, and targets 

Stone- working 

Stoves and furnaces 

Sugar and salt 

Surgery 

Paper files and binders 

Threshing 

Tobacco 

Toilet 

Coin-handling 

Liquid coating compositions 

Tents, canopies, umbrellas, and canes. 

Steam-engine valves 

Water distribution 

Hydraulic motors 

Weaving 

Wire-working 

Washing apparatus 

Wood-turning 

Wood-sawing 

Woodworking 

Woodworking-tools 

Vegetable cutters and crushers 

Coopering 

Annealing and tempering 

Hides, skins, and leather 

Cloth, leather, and rubber receptacles.. 

Nut and bolt locks 

Resilient tires and wheels 

Metal-bending 

Laminated sheets and fabrics 

Chairs 

Curtains, shades, and screens 

Wheelwright-machines 

Liquid and gaseous fuel burners 

Engraving 

Steam and vacuum pumps 

Time-controlling mechanism 

Injectors and ejectors 

Needle and pin making 

Cutting and punching sheets and bars. 

Designs (Trade-Mark Division) 

Artesian and oil wells 

Medicines 

Farriery 

Fire-extinguishers 

Wind-wheels 

Electricity. Generation 

Motive power 

Conductors 

Medical and surgical 

General applications 



Electricity. 
Electricity. 
Electricity. 
Electricity. 
Electiiic lighting. 
Electric signaling. . 

Telegraphy 

Telephony 

Acoustics 

Sewerage 

Lubrication 

Mechanical motors. 
Store-serv ice 



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CLASSES NUMERICALLY AKKAN(iUI). Continued. 



Class 



Elevators 

Railway-brakes 

Metallic building structures 

age 

Elei i rioltj . Eleotrio railways 

Clutches 

Conveyers 

Cheek-controlled apparatus 

Ucohol 

Mineral oils 

Type-w rl i ine machines 

Matrix-making 

Linotyping 

Metal-ornamenting 

Cha rcoa 1 and coke 

Ammonia, water, and wood distillation. 

Electrochemist ry 

Metal-d ra wing 

Special receptacles and packages 

Shaping fluid metal 

Velocipedes 

Carbonatine beverages 

Water purification 

Store furniture 

Cranes and derricks 

Railway draft appliances 

Loading and unloading 




ri 


u 


o 


z 


1 


a 

3 


3 
7 


fc 


215 


34 


216 


i 


217 


40 
20 


2 IS 
219 


17 


220 


4 


221 


40 


222 


31 


223 


31 


224 


30 


225 


17 


226 


17 


227 


14 


22S 


31 


229 


31 


230 


3 


231 


13 


232 


40 


234 


3 


235 


7 


236 


32 


237 


31 


23S 


8 


239 


4 


240 


41 


241 


4 





p 



Bottles and jars 38 

Label-affixers 2 

Wooden receptacles 40 

Button, eyelet, and rivet setting 11 

Electric Ilea ting and rheostats 20 

Metallic shipping and storing vessels 32 

Dispensing-cans 32 

Hydraulic cement and lime 15 

Appa rel apparatus 24 

Package and article carriers 40 

Dispensing beverages 32 

Packaging liquids 32 

Fi re-escapes 29 

Ladders 29 

Paper receptacles ' 40 

Air and gas pumps I 9 

Whips and whip apparatus \ 11 

Deposit and collection receptacles ; 40 

Recorders 23 

Registers '23 

Dampers. Automatic i 19 

Heat-distributing systems I 19 

Railway-ties and fasteners [ 22 

Railway-rails and joints j 22 

Lighting-fixtures ! 40 

Garment-supporters 35 



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CLASSES ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED. 



Class. 



Acoustics 

Air and gas pumps 

Air-guns, catapults, and targets 

Alcohol 

Ammonia, water, and wood distillation 

Ammunition and explosive devices 

Annealing and tempering 

Apparel 

Apparel apparatus 

Arms, projectiles, and explosive charges. Making. 

Artesian and oil wells 

Artificial limbs 



Baths and closets . 
Beds. 



Bee culture 

Bleaching and dyeing 

Boats and buoys 

Bolt, nail, nut, rivet, and screw making. 

Bookbinding 

Boot and shoe making 

Boots, shoes, and leggings 

Boring and drilling 

Bottles and jars 

Brakes and gins 

Bread, pastry, and confection making. . . 

Bridges 

Brushing and scrubbing 

Buckles, buttons, clasps, etc 

Builders' hardware 

Butchering 

Button, eyelet, and rivet setting 

Button-making 

Carbonating beverages 

Carding 

Card, picture, and sign exhibiting 

Care ol live stock 

Carriages and wagons 

Chain, staple, and horseshoe making 

Chairs . 



Charcoal and coke 31 

Check-controlled apparatus 40 

Chemicals 6 

Cloth-finishing 21 

Cloth , leather, and rubber receptacles 40 

Clutches 17 

Coating 15 

Coating with metal 3 

Coin-handling , 23 

Compound tools 14 

Conveyers 4 

Coopering 29 

Cordage 21 

Cranes and derricks j 4 

Curtains, shades, and screens I 36 

Cutlery ! 33 

Cutting and punching sheets and bars 14 



Dairy. 

Dampers, automatic 

Dentistry 

Deposit and collection receptacles. 
Designs (Trade-Mark Division) . . 

Dispensing beverages 

Dispensing-cans 

Domestic cooking vessels 

Drafting 

Dr" 



32 
32 
33 
36 
36 

Driven, headed, and screw-threaded fastenings J 13 

Educational appliances j 38 

Electric heating and rheostats 

Electricity. Conductors 

Electricity. Electric railways 

Electricity. Generation 

Electricity. Medical and surgical. 

Electricity. Motive power 

Electricity. General applications . 

Electric lighting 

Electric signaling 

Electrochemistry 

Elevators 

Engraving 

Excavating 

Explosives 

Farriery 

Felt and fur .• 

Fences. 



Fertilizers 

Fine arts 

Firearms 

Fire-escapes 

Fire-extinguishers 

Fishing and trapping 

Fluid-pressure regu.ators . 



Class. 



Fuel 

Furnaces 

Furniture 

Games and toys 

Garment-supporters 

Gas. Heating and illuminating 

Gear-cutting, milling, and planing 

Glass 

Grinding and polishing 

Harness 

Harrows and diggers 

Harvesters 

Heat-distributing systems 

Hides, skins, and leather 

Hoisting 

Horology 

Hydraulic cement and lime 

Hydraulic engineering 

Hydraulic motors 

Injectors and ejectors 

Internal-combustion engines 

Jewelry 

Journal-boxes, pulleys, and shafting 

Kitchen and table articles 

Knitting and netting , 

Label -affixers 

Ladders 

Laminated sheets and fabrics 

Lamps and gas-fittings 

Laundry 

Leather manufactures 

Lighting-fixtures 

Linotyping 

Liquid and gaseous fuel burners 

Liquid coating compositions 

Loading and unloading 

Locks and latches 

Lubrication 

Machine elements 

Marine propulsion 

Masonry and concrete structures 

Matrix-making 

Measuring instruments 

Mechanical motors 

Medicines 

Metal-bending 

Metal-drawing 

Metal forging and welding 

Metal-founding 

Metallic building structures 

Metallic shipping and storing vessels 

Metallurgy 

Metal-ornamenting 

Metal-rolling 

Metal tools and implements. Making . . . 

Metal- working 

MiUs ; 

Mineral oils 

Miscellaneous heat-engine plants 

Music 

Nailing and stapling 

Needle and pin making 

Nut and bolt locks 

Oils, fats, and glue 

Optics 

Ordnance 

Package and article carriers 

Packaging liquids 

Paper files and binders 

Paper-making 

Paper manufactures 

Paper receptacles 

Paving 

Photography 

Plastic block and earthenware apparatus 

Plastic compositions 

Plasties 

Plows 

Pneumatics 

Preserving 

Presses 

Printing 

Pumps r 

Railway-brakes 

Railway draft appliances 

Railway-rails and joints 

Railway rolling-stock 

Railways 

Railway-ties and fasteners 

Recorders 

Refrigeration 

Registers 

Resilient tires and wheels 



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. CLASSES ALPHABETICALLY All HANGED.— Continukd. 



IDS 
109 
111 
182 
Hi' 
807 
113 
114 

no 

117 
200 
US 
120 
100 
122 
121 
130 
125 
211 
186 
120 
127 
128 
178 
179 
135 



Class. 



Roots 

S:i k's 

Seeders a ad planters 

Sewerage 

Sewing-machines 

Shaping Quid metal 

Sheet-metal ware. Making 

Ships 

Signals 

Sift 

Special receptacles ami packages 

Spinning 

Stationer; 

Steam and vacuum pumps 

Stea m-boilers 

Steam-engines 

Steam-engine valves 

Stone-working 

Store furniture 

Store-service 

Stoves and furnaces 

Sugar and salt 

Surgery 

Telegraphy 

Telephony 

Tents, canopies, umbrellas, and canes 



130 
101 
131 
132 
81 
47 
82 
197 
27 
146 

'JUS 
141 
137 
210 
139 
157 
231 
170 
L40 
20 
217 
143 
142 
144 
145 



Class. 



Threshing 

Time-controlling mechanism. . 

Tobacco 

Toilet 

Tools 

Trcos, plants, and flowers 

Turning 

Type-writing machines 

Undertaking 

Vegetable cutters and crushers 

Velocipedes 

Washing apparatus 

Water distribution 

Water purification 

Weaving 

Wheelwright-machines 

Whips and whip apparatus 

Wind-wheels 

Wire-working 

Wooden buildings 

Wooden receptacles 

Wood-sawing 

Wood-turning 

Woodworking 

Woodworking-tools 



Note. — Classes formerly numbered ISO 183, 200, and 233 are obsolete 



(ID 



DIVISION I. 



EXAMINER LOEEFIiER. 



CLASSES.— 39, Fences; 55, Harrows and Diggers; 97, Plows; 111, Seeders and Planters; 47, Trees, Plants and 

Flowers. 





Class 39.— FENCES. (I.) 




Class 55— HARROWS AND DIGGERS. (I.) 






Subclasses. 




Subclasses. 






Fences — 


5 


. Gates — 


1. 


Clod-crushers— - 


7'. 


Pivoted teeth. 




1. 


Barbed — 


15 


Compound, 


21. 


Barred and corrugated 


8. 


Pivoted tooth-bars — 




70. 


Linked, 


140 


Counter-guard oper- 




rollers — 


76. 


Frameless, 




102. 


Ribbon, 




ators, 


77. 


Disks, 


102. 


Lever-actuated — 




71. 


Visible, 


24 


Dropping, 


22. 


Crush-bars, 


103. 


Spike-tooth— 




64. 


Cat-guards, 


21 


Expanding, 


23. 


Crush-bars and harrows, 


129. 


Yielding-bar, 




4. 


Flood, 


22 


Jump, 


24. 


Toothed rollers and 


104. 


Spring-tooth, 




6. 


Iron — 




Openers — 




wheels — 


105. 


Trailing-tooth, 




104. 


Panel, 


91 


Cab-door, 


78. 


Geared. 


130. 


Spring-tooth, 




9. 


Wire- 


92 


Car-door, 


2. 


Forks- 


131. 


Yielding-bar. 




72. 


Fabric, 


93 


Car-platform door, 


25. 


Adjustable heads, 


9. 


Potato-d iggers — 




12. 


Fasteners — 


96 


Hatch, 


26. 


Combined forks and 


50. 


Bearing-wheel separa- 




76. 


Clamps, 


94 


Sliding-door, 




shovels, 




tors, 




105. 


Hooks, 


95 


Swinging-door, 


27. 


Fodder-forks, 


106. 


Beet-lifters, 




106. 


Loops, 


97 


Window, 


28. 


Potato forks and shov- 


107. 


Cutters, 




107. 


Sleeves, 


23 


Oscillating, 




els — 


51. 


E ndless-carrier — 




108. 


Joints, 


103 


Race-starters, 


79. 


Fulcrumed. 


132. 


Platform inferior, 




109. 


Panel, 


11 


Railway — 


3. 


Harrows — 


133. 


Platform superior, 




73. 


Picket, 


42 


Cattle-guard, 


80. 


Center-hinged, 


134. 


Plow pivoted inde- 




74. 


Stays- 


38 


Electric, 


29. 


Changeable-form, 




pendently, 




78. 


Linked, 


36 


Mast — 


30. 


Disk— 


135. 


Plow pivoted on car- 




79. 


Lock-plates, 


35 


Automatic, 


122. 


Center-cutter, 




rier front, 




110. 


Lock-rod, 


41 


Platform-guard, 


123. 


Disks, 


136. 


Plow pivoted on cat- 




111.- 


Tied, 


37 


Pneumatic, 


81. 


Pivoted-gang — 




rier rear, 




112. 


Wire, 


39 


Rocking, 


82. 


Center-cutter, 


137. 


Plow rigid, 




75. 


Strands, 


44 


Sliding, 


83. 


Multiple-gang, 


138. 


Rakes, 






Stretchers — 


43 


Swinging, 


124. 


Pivot-swung, 


108. 


Graspers, 




52. 


Clutch-bars, 


40 


Vertically-moving, 


31. 


Expansible- 


54. 


Plow and screen — 




46. 


Compensators — 


7 


Sliding — 


125. 


V-shaped, 


139. 


Plow rigid, 




113. 


Levers, 


29 


Lever-openers, 


32. 


Flexible, 


53. 


Plow-clearers — 






Springs — 


28 


Pulley or rack openers, 


84. 


Multiple, 


109. 


Reels, 




114. 


Compression, 


30 


Suspended, 


11. 


Revolving — 


55. 


Plow.vibrating screens — 




115. 


Leaf, 


31 


Vibrating tracks, 


126. 


Center-hinged, 


110. 


Cam — 




116. 


Tension, 


32 


Sliding and swinging — 


85. 


Geared, 


140. 


Plow rigid, 






Winders — 


33 


. Hinged-roller, 


13. 


Rotary, 


111. 


Crank — 




117. 


Clutch, 


34 


Suspending-frames, 


33. 


Spring-tooth — 


141. 


Plow rigid, 




118. 


Spring, 


8 


Swinging— < 


127. 


Weeders, 


142. 


Plow rigid, 




53. 


Grips— 


18 


Folding-panel, 


86. 


Tooth-bars, 


112. 


Sidewise — 




119. 


Sliding-jaw, 


14 


Hand-openers, 


34. 


Tooth-cleaners, 


143. 


Plow rigid, 




54. 


Levers — 


20 


Load-openers, 


149. 


Trailing-tooth, 


113. 


Tappets — 




55. 


Attached, 


17 


Rotary, 


128. 


V-shaped, 


144. 


Plow rigid, 




120. 


Double-clutch, 


16 


Self-closers, 


19. 


Wheel— 


57. 


Screen-cylinders, 




121. 


Handle-jaw, 


25 


Tilting, 


87. 


Center-hinged, 


56. 


Sifting- wheels, side -de- 




56. 


Loopers, 


19 


Vertically-adjustable, 


73. 


Disk, 




livery , 




47. 


Mid-wire take-ups — 


13 


Tilting— 


88. 


Floating, 


58. 


Spiral conveyers, 




122. 


Journaled, 


26 


Folding-panel, 


89. 


Multiple, 


59. 


Toothed-drum. 




123. 


Tool-wound, 


99 


Turnstiles, 


90. 


Pivoted tooth-bar, 


10. 


Rakes- 




48. 


Path-closers, 


100 


Wire gates — 


91. 


Riding attachments, 


114. 


Heads, 




45. 


Permanent, 


101 


Frameless. 


20. 


Rotary, 


145. 


Sweepers, 






Post-winders — 




Posts — 


74. 


Spring- 


146. 


Tooth-cleaners. 




124. 


Bracket, 




.Bases — 


92. 


Pivoted tooth-bar, 


12. 


Rollers and harrows. 




125. 


Peg, 


86 


Metal, 


75. 


Trailing teeth, 


14. 


Shovels- 




126. 


Roller, 


88 


Wood, 


93. 


Winged, 


115. 


Attachments, 




50. 


Vertical, 




Braces — 


150. 


Winged. 


147. 


Blades, 




57. 


Rack-bars, 


89 


Lateral, 




Harrow-teeth — 


151. 


Fire, 




58. 


Ratchet-bars — 


90 


Longitudinal — 


35. 


Spike- 


116. 


Handles, 




127. 


Single-ratchet, 


131 


Strut, 


94. 


Clamped, 


117. 


Sifting. 




59. 


Reel-carriers — 


132 


Tie, 


95. 


Nutted, 




Stalk-choppers — 




128. 


Automatic, 


133 


Truss, 


96. 


Wedged, 


60. 


Draw-cut, 




51. 


Removable, 


67 


Metal — 


36. 


Spring — 


63. 


Reciprocating, 




63. 


Screws, 


134 


Anchors, 


97. 


Sectional, 




Revolving — 




60. 


Tongs, 


135 


Compound, 


37. 


Trailing and draw-cut. 


61. 


Horizontal— 




61. 


Twin hooks, 


136 


Doubled, 


5. 


Hoes — 


118. 


B reakers, 




62. 


Windlasses, 


137 


Flanged, 


38. 


Adjustable, 


62. 


Vertical, 




66. 


Wood- . 


138 


Flat, 


98. 


Blades— 


64. 


Vine-cutters. 




80. 


Panel— 


139 


Folded, 


99. 


Integral-shank, 




Stalk-pullers — 




83. 


Suspended, 


69 


Wood. 


100. 


Integral-socket, 


65. 


Hand- 




84. 


Worm, 






39. 


Compound — 


148. 


Tongs, 




81. 


Picket- 






40. 


Adjustable, 


66. 


Wheel. 




85. 


Panel, 






101. 


Handles, 


17. 


Stone-gatherers. 




82. 


Tied. 






41. 
42. 
43. 

44. 
45. 
6. 
46. 
47. 
48. 
49. 


Horizontal — 
Adjustable, 
Interchangeable, 
Toothed blades, 
Weeding. 
Land-rollers — 
FurroWers and markers, 
Pivoted, 

Weighted cylinders, 
Weighted frames. 


18. 
119. 

67. 

68. 

70. 

71. 

69. 

72. 
120. 
121. 


Transplanters — 

Bailers, 

Dibbles, 

Pivoted jaws, 

Post-hole diggers — 
Pivoted jaws, 

Sliding jaws, 

W heel-machines — 
Tree-conveyers, 
Wheel-planters. 





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DIVISION l. Continued. 



i'i L8S 97. PLOWS. (I.) 



Subclasses. 



i. attachments— 
44. Barrow. 

6 mis. 

;;. Cleaners. 

4. Clevises. 

6. Colters 
48. Rolling. 

5, i !oi ii coverers. 

s. Cotton-choppers— 
46. Reciprocating, 
Re\ olving 

Horizontal, 
Scrapers, 
Spacing-wheels. 

9. Cotton-scrapers. 

7. Couplings. 
lo. Cultivators — 
•li. Hand- 
Wheel, 

Parallel, 

Revolving, 

Rolling, 

Rotary- 
Horizontal, 

Straddle-row, 

Wli.vl 
Straddle-row. 



46. 

47. 
18. 
49. 



11. Cultivator-teeth. 
18. Fenders. 

ii. Gage wheels and runner 
15, Handles, 

17. Landsides, 

18. Moldboards 

23. Revolving. 
81. Plows 

12. Ditching, 

19. Mole, 

40. Revolving. 

26. Shovel. 

27. Sidehill, 
30. Steam 

50. Alternating, 

51. Rotary, horizontal, 

52. Screw. 

53. Spaders, 

36. Wheel. 
22. roints. 

24. Ridgers. 

28. Sod-cutters. 

29. Standards. 

32. Subsoilers. 

33. Weed-turners. 





Class 111— SEEDERS 


AND PLANTERS. (I.) 




Subclasses. 


1. 


Broadcast — 




Fertilizer-distributers- 


38. 


Centrifugal scatterers, 


13. 


Hand, 


2. 


Hand- 


14. 


Revolving hoppers, 


39. 


Centrifugal scatterers, 


15. 


Walking. 


3. 


Revolving hoppers, 


17. 


Force-feed. 


4. 


Walking. 


19. 


Grain-drill cleaners. 


5. 


Check-row — 


24. 


Land-m arkers — 


42. 


Anchors, 


41. 


Liquid and powder. 


46. 


Endless belts, 


25. 


Pivoted seed-cups. 


44. 


Knots, 




Planters — 


45. 


Reels, 


6. 


Corn, 


43. 


Wire-doffers. 


7. 


Cotton, 


8. 


Cups on belt. 


16. 


Foot, 


9. 


Cups on disk. 


20. 


Hand — 




Drills- 


21. 


Oscillating, 


35 


Adjustable rank, 


22. 


Reciprocating, 


18. 


Grain, 


23. 


Rotating, 


36. 


Walking. 


27. 


Potato — 


10. 


Drills and broadcast com- 


28. 


Walking, 




bined. 


32. 


Walking — 


11. 


Drill-teeth. 


33. 


Vibrating hoppers 


12. 


Elastic feed-wheels. 


26. 


Plungers. 


34. 


Fertilizer-distributers — 


37. 


Rolling hoppers. 


40. 


Feeding-belts, 


31. 


Screw-feed. 



Class 47— TREES, PLANTS, AND FLOWERS. (I.) 



Subclasses. 



15. Blanching. 

17. False stems. 

18. Flower-holders. 

19. Flower-pots. 

20. Flower-work. 

21. Garden-beds. 

6. Grafting. 

22. Hand-screens. 

23. Hanging baskets. 
13. Hedge-training. 

7. Hop culture. 

24. Lawn-vases. 

27. Plant frames and houses. 

25. Plant-stands— 

26. Revolving. 

28. Root-guards. 



29. Sap-buckets. 

11. Sap-spouts. 

30. Seed-testers. 

31. Stays and props. 

32. Strawberry-growing. 

34. Transplanting-pots. 

35. Trap-belts. 

36. Treatment— 

37. Implements. 

33. Tree-covering. 

12. Trellises. 
Trunk-guards — 

38. Cattle, 

39. Vermin. 

40. Turpentine-gathering. 

41. Window-gardens. 



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DIVISION II. 



EXAMINER RAFTER. 



CLASSES. — 6, Bee Culture; 31, Dairy; 216, Label- Affixers ; 129, Paper Files and Binders; 98, Pneumatics; 

100, Presses; 186, Store-Service; 131, Tobacco. 



Class 6.— BEE CULTURE, (n.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 18, p. 17.) 







Subclasses. 




Appliances — 




1. 


Beehives — 


11. 


Comb-foundation, 




5. 


Bee-feeders, 


10. 


Comb-frames, 




4. 


Entrances and exits 


8. 


H ive-conneetors, 




2. 


Frames- 


12. 


Implements, 




3. 


Pivoted, 


9. 


Queen-bee cells and 


cages, 


6. 


Stands. 


7. 


Swarm. 









Class 31.— DAIRY, (n.) 



Subclasses. 



Butter — 
Cutters, 
Processes. 
Butter workers and molds. 
Cheese — 
Cutters, 
Processes. 
Cheese-hoops. 
Cheese-turners. 
Cheese - vats and curd- 

breakers. 
Churns — 
Double-acting, 
Reciprocating — 
Crank mechanism — 
Multiple-dasher, 
Single-dasher, 
Combined lever and 

crank mechanism, 
Foot mechanism, 
Hand and foot mechan- 
ism, 
Lever mechanism — 
Multiple-dasher, 
Single-dasher, 
Rocking - seat mechan- 
ism, 
Without operating 
mechanism, 
Rotary — 
Diagonal-dasher, 
Horizontal single- 
dasher, 
Horizontal double- 
dasher — 
Concentric shafts, 
Parallel shafts, 
Vertical single-dasher, 
Churns — 
Rotary — 
Vertical double- 
dasher — 
Concentric shafts, 
Parallel shafts, 



101. 

102. 
13. 
89. 
90. 
91. 
93. 
92. 
14. 
28. 



Churns — 
Vibrating, 
Working body. 
Cream-pumps. 
Drink-mixers. 
Milk-cans — 
Breasts, 
Closures — 
Locking — 
Key, 
Rotary, 
Coolers — 
Internal-tube, 
Jacketed, 
Ventilated, 
Creaming — 
Agitators, 
Vacuum, 
Floats. 
Milking machines — 
Catheter — 
Suction. 
Compression — 
Fluid pulsations. 
Mechanical. 
Suction — 
Automatic cut-offs. 
Intermittent — 
Pulsators. 
Suction and compres- 
sion — 
External pressure 

pulsations. 
External suction pul- 
sations, i 
Teat cups. 
Milk-stools. 
Milk-treating — 
Aerating, 
Circulation, 
Cooling, 
Vats. 
Pails and strainers. 
Tables and racks. 



Class 216.— LABEL-AFFIXERS. (n.) 
Subclasses. 



1 . Cutter and plunger. 

2. Label-affixers. 

3. Magazine. 

4. Pickers. 

10. Paper-hanging m a - 

chines — 

11. Affixing. 



5. Runway-machines — 

8. Gravity-feed, 

6. Label-bed — 

7. Conveyer-feed, 

9. "Revolving-support 



Class 129.— PAPER FILES AND BINDERS, (n.) 
(For definitions see Supplement No. 3, p. 2696.) 



Subclasses. 



Binding-wires. 
Clamping — 
Parallel bars, 
Spring-backs. 
Continuous-web. 
Extensible pins and covers. 
File-boxes. 
Fold-engaging — 
Bars, 
Cords, 
Hooks. 
Followers — 
Locking — 
Lever-operated catch, 
Racks, 

Spring-operated catch, 
Tilting-release, 
Spring — 
Double-acting. 
Followers and index-parti- 
tions. 
Hinged leaf-srrpports. 
Indexes — 
Card. 



1. Miscellaneous. 

18. Notched leaves. 

21. Pins— 

22. Cord-carrying, 

23. Guarded, 

24. Hinged. 

4. Pins and followers— 

5. Spring — 

6. Sliding. 

17. Pins and hinged backs. 
3. Pins and indexes. 

7. Pins and punches. 

8. Pins and transfer-wires — 

9. Sliding-base, 

10. Swinging, 

11. Tilting. 

12. Projecting pins and covers. 
20. Scrap-book and album 

leaves. 

19. Stubs and flaps. 

41. Transverse cords. 

42. Transverse cords and leaf- 

attachers. 



Class 98.— PNEUMATICS, (n.) 





Subclasses. 


.1. 


Aerial navigation. 




Ventilation — 




Chimney-cowls— 




Car— 




Ejector — 




Forced-draft — 


2. 


Draft-wheel, 


19. 


Axle-motor, 


3. 


Directing-vane, 


20. 


Wind-motor, 


4. 


Stationary, 




Natural-draft — 


5. 


Swing-valve, 


21. 


Dust and draft 


6. 


Tilting, 




guards, 


7. 


Vane and draft-wheel, 


22. 


Injectors and ejec- 


8. 


Injector, 




tors, 


9. 


Injector-ejector. 


23. 


Systems, 




Ventilation — 


24. 


Train-pipe, 


39. 


Air moistening, cooling, 


33. 


Combined ventilators and 




and cleansing — 




cleaners — 


44. 


Absorbent surface, 


34. 


Absorbent surface, 


40. 


Atomizers, 


35. 


Drip-surface, 


41. 


Centrifugal, 


38. 


Dry filters, 


42. 


Drip-surfaces, 


36. 


Water-tanks — 


48. 


Dry filters, 


37. 


Spray-wheel, 


43. 


Sprinkling-chamber, 


25. 


Flue-heaters, 


47. 


Vaporizing-pans, 


26. 


Grain, 


45. 


Water-tanks — 


27. 


House, 


4(i. 


Spray-wheel, 


28. 


Mine. 




Car- 


30. 


Ventilating-chimneys. 




Fans— 


31. 


Window-ventilators — 


17. 


Axle-driven, 


32. 


Condensation -p r e v e n t - 


IS. 


Wind-driven, 




ers. 



I 
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DIVISION II.— Continued. 



ClASS uki. PRESSES, (ii.) 



Subclasses. 



Baling 

Articles a ml Attach- 
ments 

Hull's and bale-oo\ era, 

Bale-band tighteners, 

Bale-ejectors, 

Binders, 

Boxes and frames, 

Brakes. 

Condensers, 

D I son a r g o - e n d oon- 

i raotlng devices, 
Division- lilocks and 

l>loek-insi>rtrrs. 
Feeders, 
Indicators, 
Movable bale-boxes, 

Plungers, 
Retainers, 

Belt and roller, 
Plunger— 

Cain, 

Crank and pitman, 

Lever. 

Rack-bar and pinion. 

Ratchet and grapple 
bar, 

Rebounding, 

Screw, 

Thrust-bar, 

Toggle-joint, 

Toggle-joint, inverted. 

Windlass, 
Screw, 

Traction-operated. 
Bundling— 
In lengths. 
In lengths, shingles, 
Wool. 



67. Copying— 

ti;i. Fluid-pressure, 

wi. Band-Impressing, 

(U. Sand - Impressing, book- 

llexure. 

I).. Roller mechanism. 
Expressing 

Articles and attach- 
ments 

50. Boxes and frames, 

51. Cake-formers, 

52. Cake-strippers, 

58. Cuke-trimmers, 

54. Mats, 
35. Bolt, 

31). Belt and plunger, 

37. Belt and roller, 

38. Disk, 
Plunger — 

39. Cam, 

40. Crank and pitman, 

41. Lever, 

42. Rack-bar and pinion, 

43. Ratchet and grapple 

bar, 

44. Screw, 

45. Toggle-joint, 

46. Windlass, 

47. Roller, 

48. Screw, 

49. Without operating mech- 

anism. 
Packing — 

59. Articles, 

55. Cheese, 

56. Continuous-compression, 

57. Single-compression, 

58. Silos. 



Class 186.— STORE-SERVICE, (n.) 
Subclasses. 



3. Bufiers. 

4. Carriers — 
13. Pneumatic, 

5. Wheeled. 
15. Curved ways. 

6. Elevators and drops. 



1. Gravity. 

2. Propulsion — 

11. Cable, 

14. Pneumatic, 

12. Spreaders. 
7. Switches. 



Class 131.— TOBACCO, (n.) 



Subclasses. 



Cigar and cigarette cutters. 

Cigar-bundling. 

Cigar-cutters, tip. 

Cigar-machines — 
Adj uncts, 
Apron — 
Moving rolling-table, 
Statio nary rolling- 
table, 
Endwise-moving filler, 
One traveling apron, 
Roller, 
Two traveling aprons. 

Cigar-machine aprons. 

Cigar-makers' imple- 
ments— 
Wrapper-cutters. 

Cigar-perforators. 

Cigar supports and stands. 

Cigars, cigarettes, and car- 
tridges. 

Curing. 

Dressing, casing, and fla- 
voring. 



7. Granulating. 
60. Leaf-treating— 

56. Booking, 

58. Stem-crushing, 

57. Stemming. 

30. Moistening. 

9. Molding cigars. 

10. Mouthpieces. 

11. Packing. 

13. Pipe-cleaners. 

12. Pipes and stems. 

14. Plug-making. 

15. Plugs. 

31. Smoking-tobacco. 
22. Smoking-tubes. 

16. Snufi manufacture. 
Tobacco-cutters — 

33. Pivoted-knife, 

34. Reciprocating-knife, 

35. Rotating-knife. 
21. Tobacco-hangers. 

59. Tobbacco-users' appliances. 

36. Wrappers. 



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DIVISION III. 



EXAMINEE. RICH. 



CLASSES.— 148, Annealing and Tempering; 96, Coating with Metal; 204, Electrochemistry; 22, Metal- 
Founding; 75, Metallurgy; 207, Shaping Fluid Metal. 



Class 148.— ANNEALING AND TEMPERING, (hi.) 





Subclasses. 


13. 


Annealing apparatus — 




Cementation and case-har- 


14. 


Boxes and pots, 




dening — 


15. 


Clamps, 


26. 


Gaseous, 


16. 


Muffles, 


27. 


Liquid. 


17. 


Ovens — 


8. 


Decarbonizing. 


18. 


Rotary hearths, 


34. 


Hardening apparatus — 


19. 


Pits, 


35. 


Bands and wire, 


20. 


Wire and springs. 


36. 


Clamps. 


21. 


Annealing processes — 


37. 


Hardening processes — 


22. 


Drawing temper, 


39. 


Molten metal, 


23. 


Gas, 


38. 


Solutions. 


24. 


-Toughening. 




Tempering and annealing — 


40. 


Cementation and case-har- 


10. 


Applications of elec- 




dening — 




tricity, 


25. 


Compounds, 


12. 


Metals other than iron. 



Class 96.— COATING WITH METAL, (m.) 
Subclasses. 



1. Apparatus — 

2. Continuous-feed, 

3. Dipping. 
9. Iron oxids. 

11. Pickling and swilling. 
5. Pots. 



Precipitating — 

6. On metals, 

7. On non-metals. 

8. Processes. 

10. Wiping and finishing. 



Class 204.— ELECTROCHEMISTRY, (in.) 





Subclasses. 




Batteries — 




Electrolysis — 


49. 


Anodes, 




Aqueous bath — 


50. 


Cathodes, 




Cathodes — 


52. 


Connectors, 


8. 


Metallizing, 


51. 


Diaphragms, 


9. 


Chemicals — 


53. 


Vessels and supply de- 


58. 


Alkalies and chlorin. 




vices, 


59. 


Bleaching and disin- 


54. 


Carbon, 




fecting liquors, 


47. 


Earth, 


60. 


Chlorates, 


48. 


Gas, 


61. 


Dyes and pigments, 


46. 


Piles, 


10. 


Copper, 


33. 


One-fluid — 


11. 


Depolarizing and bur- 


55. 


Iron, 




nishing, 


34. 


Zinc — 


12. 


Gold, 


39. 


Chlorids, 


13. 


Multiple, 


37. 


Chromates, 


14. 


. Nickel, 


35. 


Nitrates, 


15. 


Ores, 


38. 


Oxids, 


57. 


Refining metals, 


36. 


Sulfates, 


16. 


Silver, 


40. 


Two-fluid— 


17. 


Tin, 


56. 


Iron, 


18. 


Zinc, 


41. 


Zinc — 


28. 


Diaphragms, 


45. 


Chromates, 


19. 


Eused bath — 


42. 


Nitrates, 


20. 


Aluminium, 


43. 


Sulfates — 


21. 


Sodium, 


44. 


Gravity, 


24. 


Purifying liquids — 


29. 


Secondary. 


26. 


Alcohol, 


64. 


Electric furnaces. 


25. 


Water. 




Electrolysis — 


63. 


Reduction. 


1. 


Aqueous bath — 


31. 


Synthesis — 


2. 


Alloys, 


62. 


Carbids, 


3. 


Aluminium, 


32. 


Ozone. 


4. 


Anodes, 


27. 


Tanning. 


5. 


Apparatus, 






6. 


Cathodes — 






7. 


Cleaning, 







Class 22.— METAL-FOUNDING, (hi.) 

(For definitions see Bulletin No. 14, p. 4.) 

Subclasses. 



83. 

80. 

74. 

75. 

76. 

78. 

77. 

61. 

62. 

63. 

64. 

66. 

73. 

94. 

95. 
174. 
178. 
182. 
179. 
181. 
180. 
177. 
175. 
176. 
183. 
184. 

165. 
167. 
172. 
173. 
168. 
170. 
169. 
166. 
171. 

96. 
103. 
104. 
109. 

97. 
100. 
108. 
110. 

99. 
101. 

102. 
111. 
106. 
107. 
105. 

98. 

218. 

219. 

1. 

87. 

188. 
189. 

90. 

91. 



Casting apparatus — 
Centrifugal, 

Composite castings and 
joints — 
Fence and net leading, 
Ingots, 
Compression — 
Charging under pres- 
sure- 
Melting-pot and 
pump — 
Heated, 
Pneumatic, 
Pneumatic, 
Metal holding and pour- 
ing- 
Ladles— 
Bottom-pour — 

Internal-stopper, 
Carriers and manipu- 
lators, 
Hand, 
Skimming, 
Pot-charging, 
Mold-heaters, 
Moving-mold — 
Endless-chain, 
Reciprocating, 
Rotating-table, 
Pigs— 
Endless-chain, 
Rotating-table, 
Plants, 
Tandem, 
Vacuum. 
Casting-ejectors — 
Ingot-strippers. 
Chills- 
Circular — 
Contracting, 
Gear-teeth, 
Non-chilling rings, 
Rolls, 
Heated or cooled, 
Plow — 
Vents 
Vents. 
Core chaplets and sup- 
ports. 
Cores- 
Chill or insert holding, 
Core-bars — 

Collapsible, 
Metal — 
Contracting, 
S-trap, 
Pipe, 
Vents. 
Flasks — 
Chill-holding— 

Wheel, 
Clamping, 
Dental-plate, 
Extensible, 
Gate-extension, 
Guides, 
Multipart, 

Pattern, core, or insert 
holding — 
Sash-weight, 
Sand-retaining devices, 
Separable sides or ends — 

Snap-flasks, 
Swinging-cope, 
Vertical-pipe. 
Ingots- 
Composite. 
Miscellaneous. 
Mold and core drying ap- 
paratus. 
Mold and core materials- 
Coatings and linings 
Mold and flask supports — 

Tilting. 
Mold coating and lining ap- 
paratus. 



Molding apparatus- 
Assembling mold parts, 
Charging-flask — 

Under, pressure, 
Core-making — 
Core-boxes, 
Die-expressing, 
Rotating core-bar, 
Core-setting, 
Curved molds, 
Drawing pattern — 
Mold-lifting — 
Reciprocating p a t - 
tern, 
Stripping— 
Compound strip- 
ping-plate, 
Curvilinear draw, 
Lever and link, 
Parallel motion, 
Stool, 
Vibrating, 
Inverting flask — 

Rock-over, 
Packing and drawing — 
Jarring-mold and 

stripping, 
Mold moving against 
press-head, 

Parting surface com- 
pression — 
Stripping, 
Pressing and vibrating 
pattern, 
Packing sand — 
Jarring, 

Multiple rammer, 
Presses — 
Swinging press- 
head— 
Reci procating- 
mold, 
Press-heads and plun- 
gers, 
Pipes vertical- 
Compacting pattern — 
Rotating — 
Bead-forming, 
Plants, 

Removing mold, 
Rolling-pattern, 
Rotating-table, 
Screw-threads, 
Segmental-pattern, 
Sprue-molding, 
Sweeping or cutting, 
Venting. 
Molding-tools — 
Pattern-lifters and draw- 
plates, 
Rammers. 
Mold jackets and weights. 
Mold-material-treating ap- 
paratus. 
Molds — 
Composite castings and 
joints — 
Ingots, 

Lining articles, 
Non-metallic inserts, 
Pipe-joints— 
Expanding clamps, 
External bands, 
Sand molds — 

Insert-clamps, 
Wheels, 
Finger-ring, 
Metal — 
Chains, 
Clamping, 
Ejecting, 
Ingots and pigs — 
Bottom-pour, 
Double-walled, 
Hollow, 
Horizontal, 



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DIVISION III. Continued. 





Class 22, 


Continued. 




Class 75.— 


Continued. 




Holds 


190. 


Processes — 




Roasters — 


28. 


Speltor— 




Metal- 


200. 


Casting— 




Stirrers — 


153. 


Processes, 




ingots and pi«s 


211. 


Annealing in mold, 


143. 


Rotary, 


154. 


Retorts, 


142. 


Multiple. 


201. 


Composite article 


111. 


Screw. 


155. 


Stacks. 


11.-.. 


Separable sides 


208. 


one metal solid- 


25. 


Roasting and a in ol 1 1 ng 


27. 


Treating molten iron- 


1 16, 


Clamped. 


204, 


Seated— 




hearths. 


44. 


Air, steam, or gases, 


147. 


.sink-heads and feed- 


205. 


By original heat 


145. 


Slag— 


45. 


Alloys, 




ers. 




of oastlng, 


146. 


Disintegrating, 


46. 


Basic, 


US. 


Stoppers, 


206. 


Iron and steel 


91. 


Heaters, 


87. 


Basic linings, 


149. 


Multiple. 


207. 


Compression, 


147. 


Separators, centrifugal. 


47. 


Granulating, 


IBS. 


Runner, 


202. 


Partly non-metallic, 


18. 


Solution and precipita- 


4S. 


Oxlds, 


151. 


Separable cores - 

Single, 


212. 


Cooling- 




tion- 


49. 


Physic, 


152. 


213. 


Chilling iron, 


S6. 


Apparatus, 


50. 


Scrap, 


160. 


Sprue-separating, 


209. 


Introducing metal- 


67. 


Cnlori nation, 


51. 


Vacuum. 


153. 


Two-part, 


210. 


By immersion. 


185. 


Cyanids, 


55. 


Utilizing tin-scrap — 


138. 


Wheels, 


216. 


Preventing piping by 


69. 


Ferric salts, 


56. 


Wet processes. 


129. 


Sand- 




manipulation, 


70. 


Parting bullion. 






130. 


Multiple, 


20S. 


Tandem, 










134. 


Sprue, gate, runner, 
and riser, 


214. 
215. 


Treating with gases, 
Treating with solids, 










135. 


Vents. 


193. 


Molding — 










131 


With cores — 


194. 


Core-making. 










132. 


Circumferential, 


196. 


Destroying pattern, 










133. 


Vertical, 


197. 


Green-sand— 










126. 


Sand and metal — 


199. 


Drawing pattern. 










127. 


Circular chills— 


198. 


Mold and core, 










128. 


Wheel, 


195. 


Pattern-making, 










115. 


Split castings. 


191. 


Pattern-plate and match 










92. 


Mold-separating devices — 




making, 










93. 


Drawing core. 


217. 


Preparation of mold ma- 










157. 


Pattern and match plates. 




terials, 










15S. 


Patterns- 


192. 


Treating mold. 










163.5. Coatings, 


2. 


Stereotype-casting appa- 










164. 


Composition and com- 
posite, 


3. 


ratus- 
Combined machines, 










161. 


Core-forming, 


4. 


Heating or cooling mold, 










160. 


Insert, core, or chill sup- 
porting, 


5. 
6. 


Molds. 
Type-casting apparatus — 










159. 


Pipe, 


7. 


Combined machines, 










162. 


Sprue, gate, and runner, 


8. 


Molds. 










163. 


Undercutting. 















Class 75.— METALLURGY. (III.) 
Subclasses. 



1. 


Alloys. 




Hot-blast ovens — 


2. 


Assaying. 


53. 


Double-surface, 


90. 


Blowpipes. 


52. 


Single-surface. 


3. 


Converters — 


124. 


Hot-blast valves. 


148. 


Fixed, 


14. 


Iron and steel direct — 


149. 


Furnace, 


71. 


Apparatus, 


188. 


Plants, 


73. 


Bricks, 


150. 


Runway, 


74. 


Flux, 


151. 


Sectional, 


75. 


Gases, 


152. 


Twyers and bottoms. 


72. 


Retorts and hearths, 


182. 


Crucibles. 


76. 


Slag, 


107. 


Cupolas— 


77. 


Sponge. 


108. 


Drop-bottoms, 


15. 


Lead. 


109. 


Forehearths, 


127. 


Mechanical puddlers — 


110. 


Water-jackets, 


128. 


Rotary hearths, 


111. 


Wind-chests and twyers. 


129. 


Tools. 


112. 


Finery-fires. 


130. 


Puddling-hearths— 


113. 


Fire-brick. 


131. 


Chills and bottoms, 


187. 


Fluxes. 


132. 


Doors and bits. 


30. 


Fume-arresters. 


22. 


Quicksilver. 




Furnaces — 


17. 


Reducing and separating- 


40. 


Blank— 


58. 


Aluminium, 


189. 


Soaking-pits — 


57. 


Apparatus, 


190. 


Covers, 


62. 


Copper, 


191. 


Heated, 


59. 


Desilverizing lead, 


184. 


Tire, 


60. 


Desulfurizing ores, 


5. 


Blast- 


61. 


Disintegrating ores, 


114. 


Charging devices — 


63. 


Flux, 


115. 


Bell and hopper, 


64. 


Gold and silver, 


116. 


Protecting walls, 


85. 


Manganese, 


97. 


Twyers, 


66. 


Nickel and cobalt, 


186. 


Crucible, 


65. 


Ore bricks, 


ISO. 


Forge— 


183. 


Sodium. 


181. 


Twyers, 




Regenerators — 


84. 


Melting— 


95. 


Double-surface, 


119. 


Open-hearth, 


94. 


Single-surface. 


19. 


Pigment, 




Roasters — 




Reverberatory — 


133. 


Blasting, 


121. 


Heating air, 


134. 


Hearths- 


122. 


Necks and chimneys, 


135. 


Rotary, 


123. 


Water-walls and roofs, 


136. 


Kilns, 


196. 


Shields, 


137. 


Muffles, 




Tapping devices — 




Revolving — 


192. 


Iron or slag notches 


138. 


Cylinders, 




and spouts, 


139. 


Retorts, 


193. 


Pluggers and tapping- 


140. 


Shaft-and-shelf, 




bars, 




Stirrers — 


194. 


Runways, 


141. 


Endless-chain, 


195. 


Siphons and dippers. 


142. 


Reciprocating, 




47626—08 


2 





Class 207— SHAPING FLUID METAL, (in.) 



Subclasses. 



8. Granulating. 

1. Shaping. 
Shaping, by dies — 

2. Bars and plates. 
6. Covering wire, 



Shaping, by dies— 

3. Tubes— 

4. Compound, 

5. Curved. 

7. Shaping, by rolls. 



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DIVISION IV. 



EXAMINER POND. 



CLASSES. — 14, Bridges; 193, Conveyers; 212, Cranes and Derricks; 37, Excavating; 57, Hoisting; 61, Hydraulic 
Engineering; 214, Loading and Unloading ; 189, Metallic Building Structures. 



Class 14.— BRIDGES, (iv.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin Mo. 19, p. 16.) 



Subclasses. 



24. Arch— 

26. Abutments and anchor- 



Compound. 
Combination — 

Truss and arch. 
Coverings. 
Draw — 
Aprons, 
Bascule — 
Fixed-pivot — 
Hinged sections, 
Rack-and-pinion, 
Locking devices, 
Non-pivoted — 
Rack-and-pinion, 
Buffers, 
Gates — 
Bridge-operated — 
Displacement — 
Horizontally - slid- 
ing— 
Locking, 
Horizontally-swing- 
ing— 
Locking, 
Vertically-sliding — 

Locking, 
Vertically -swing- 
ing— 
Locking, 
Shaft-rotation — 
Horizontally - slid- 
ing— 
Locking, 
Horizontally-swing- 
ing— 
Locking, 
Vertically-sliding — 

Locking, 
Vertically -swing- 
ing— 
Locking, 
Hand or motor oper- 
ated— 
Horizontally - swing- 
ing, 
Vertically-sliding, 
Vertically-swinging, 



Draw — 
Horizontally-sliding — 

Boat-operated, 
Lazy-tongs, 
Lift, 

Locking devices, 
Signals, 
Swing— 
Boat-operated, 
End supports and lock- 
ing devices, 
Hand or motor oper- 
ated. 
Floating- 
Adjustable height, 
Draw — 
Locking. 
Floors. 
Gangways — 
Endless conveyer, 
One end attached, 
Unattached. 
Girder. 

Miscellaneous. 
Piers — 
Fenders, 
Processes. 
Suspension — 
Cables and cable-clamps, 
Compound system, 
Constructive apparatus, 
Simple system, 
Towers and anchors. 
Truss — 
Arrangement — 
Adjustable, 
Both chords curved, 
Bowstring — 
Adjustable, 
Cantaliver — 

Suspension, 
Deck, 

Intermediate catenary, 
Details — 
Connections, 
End shoes, 
Expansion devices, 
Structure. 



Class 193.— CONVEYERS, (iv.) 



Subclasses. 



Conveyers. 
Endless — 
Adjustable leg, 
Belt- 
Feeders, 
Guides, 
Trippers, 
Boot, 
Bucket, 

Bucket, with traction- 
rollers, 
Flight, 
Hook. 
Pneumatic — 
Stackers. 



11. Reciprocating. 

12. Retransfer and weighing. 

13. Screw. 
22. Spouts. 

20. Storehouse. 

14. Thresher attachments— 

15. Foldable, 
Laterally and vertically 

adjustable, 
Oscillatory, 
Vertically-adjustable. 



16. 



19. Trimmers. 



Class 212.— CRANES AND DERRICKS, (iv.) 
Subclasses. 



1. Cranes and derricks. 

2. Rectilinearly-movable load- 

support — 

3. Electric, 

4. Hydraulic, 
8. Load-lifting devices, 

Longitudinal-shaft driver, 
Stationary motor, 
Traveling motor. 



5. 



9. Rotary load-support— 

10. Vertically-adjustable jib, 

11. Motor-operated — 

12. Vertically-adjus table 

jib. 

13. Rotary rectilinearly-mov- 

able load-support. 

14. Stationary load-support — 

15. Jib. 



Class 37.— EXCAVATING, (iv.) 



Subclasses. 



11. Diggers. 

Dredgers — 
18. Anchoring, 
14. Clamshell— 
30. Buckets, 
13. Scouring — 
36. Hydraulic. 

Excavators — 

24. Chain and bucket — 
23. Buckets, 

16. Dipper, 
9. Hydraulic — 

46. Pipe-supports, 

47. Rotary head, 

44. Steam vacuum, 

45. Suction-pipe mouth- 

pieces, 

25. Plow and carrier— 

48. Side-delivery plow, 
10. Rammers, 

26. Screw— 

27. And carrier, 



Excavators — 
17. Wheel— 

28. And belt, 

29. And carrier. 

50. Machine-picks. 

51. Mining systems. 

39. Miscellaneous. 

43. Road beds and grades. 

40. Scoops — 

41. Railway side. 

5. Scrapers — 

19. Distant-power, 
22. Railway side, 

42. Sledded, 
7. Wheeled— 

49. Annular blade-carrier. 

6. Self-loading carts — 

32. Carrier, 

33. Scoop, 

34. Wheel. 

35. Snow-road machines. 

20. Treating quicksands. 



Class 57.— HOISTING, (iv.) 



107. 
2. 
120. 
121. 
122. 
123. 
124. 

34. 
5. 

22. 

82. 

83. 

84. 

85. 

86. 

87. 

88. 

89. 

37. 
114. 
115. 
117. 
9. 

39. 

40. 

41. 

42. 

11. 

13. 
127. 
128. 



Subclasses 




Bale and box hooks. 


126. 


Lewises. 


Barrel-rollers. 




Lifters — 


Belt-stretcheT s — 


109. 


Barrel and box, 


Rack-bar and pinion, 


110. 


Picture, 


Ratchet-bar and lever, 


111. 


Spittoon, 


Screw, 


112. 


Spool, 


Windlass. 


113. 


Store-goods. 


Block and tackle- 


15. 


Lifting-jacks — 


Differential pulleys. 


97. 


Bar and cam-lever, 


Capstans and windlasses — 
Capstans, 


118. 


Heads, 


43. 


Lever, 


Drum and clutch, 


98. 


Lever, bar, and clutch- 


Hand-crank operated, 




loop, 


Lever-operated, 


99. 


Lever, bar, and double- 


Steam-winch, 




acting pawls, 


Sweep-operated, 


100. 


Lever, bar, and pawl, 


Wildcats, 


101. 


Lever and lifting-bar, 


Windlass with capstan. 


125. 


Pushers, 


Chutes — 


102. 


Rack-and-pinion, 


Counterweighted, 


119. 


Rim-engaging devices, 


Equalizers. 


44. 


Screw. 


Floor-jacks. 


116. 


Raising and lowering, au- 


Grapples. 
Hay-forks — 




tomatic check and re- 




lease. . 


Corkscrew, 


18. 


Skids. 


Grapple, 


53. 


Stackers. 


Harpoon, 


19. 


Stump-extractors — 


Tilting. 


103. 


Drum, 


Hay-slings. 


104. 


Lever, 


Hoisting-buckets. 


105. 


Lever-and-drum, 


Hoisting-hooks — 


106. 


Screw. 


Releasing. 


79. 


Wagon-raisers. 



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DIVISION IV. (Wl'INUKI). 



ci.vss til. HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING, (iv.) 





Subclass 




1. 


Aqueducts. 


29. 


.let tics, seotlonal. 


'1. 


Breakwaters. 


11. 


Marine ways. 


2, 


Cable-laying. 


18. 


Pile-drivers 


3. 


Caissons 


87. 


Jigs, 


20. 


Ship. 

Canals 


38. 


Monkey, 


1- 


39. 


Piston, 


88. 


Gate-valves, 


41. 


Sinking, 


.'1. 


i oak-gates — 


40. 


SWinging-hammer. 


17. 


Bear-trap. 




Tiles 


6, 


Chutes 


42. 


Metallic, 


J3, 


Screens, 


43. 


Protected, 


14. 


Wii tor-power. 


52. 


Sheet-piling. 


.'3. 


Cribbing. 


30. 


Protecting shores. 


24. 


Dams and levees — 




Tide-powers — 


55. 


Cores, 


49. 


Accumulators, 


36. 


Mattresses. 


51. 


Non-pivoted float, 




Dams- 


50. 


Pivoted float. 


j2 


Coffer. 


16. 


Tunnels — 


is! 


Sectional. 


44. 


Excavators, 


7. 


Diving-armor. 


45. 


Shields. 


8. 


Pocks- 




Water-gates — 


18. 


Lifting. 


46. 


Sliding, 


p. 


Drains. 


47. 


Swinging. 


26. 


Forming and preserving 


31. 


Wharves — 




channels. 


56. 


Gates. 


12. 


Harbors — 






>4. 


Fortifications and de- 
fenses — 






55. 


Turrets. 







CLASS 214.— LOADING AND UNLOADING. (IV.) 



Subclasses. 



14. Elevated carriers — 

15. Draft-sustaining, 
Fall-rope carriers, 
Lever-lock, 

Non-lowering support, 
Ratchet-lock, 
Rope-catch, 
Sheave-frame catch. 

1. Loading and unloading — 
23. Furnace-charging, 

2. Hay, 

3. Hoist and dump, 

4. Hoist, raised track, and 

dump, 



Loading and unloading — 

Load-binders, 

Pilers, 

Raised track, 

Raised track, track-end 
dump, 

Raised track, track-end 
dump, tilting track-sec- 
tion, 

Scoop, hoist, carry, and 
dump, 

Shoveling devices, 

Tilting platform, 

Vertical hoist and dump. 



Class L89. METALLIC BUILDING STRUCTURES, (iv.) 
(For definitions See Bulletin No. 21, p. 9.) 





Subclasset 




1. 


Buildings- 


11. 


Portable towers. 


3. 


Bins, 


64. 


shutters— 


4. 


Greonhouses, 


55. 


Awnings, 


5. 


Jails 


59. 


Horizontally-sliding, 




Doors — 


61. 


Registering-slide, 

Roll— 


7. 


Bolt-work— 


56. 


8. 


With indicators, 


57. 


Operating devices, 
Thermal control, 


9. 


Gratings- 


58. 


10. 


Connections, 




Slats- 


6. 


Rotary, 


63. 


Fixed, 


2. 


Portable. 


62. 


Pivoted, 


38. 


Columns — 


60. 


Vertically-sliding. 


42. 


Caps and bases, 


12. 


Skeleton towers — 


39. 


Compound, 


13. 


Arrangement- 


41. 


Shapes, 


16. 


Derricks, 


40. 


Wood and metal. 


14. 


Elevating, 


46. 


Doors — 


17. 


Tanks, 


53. 


Panels, 


15. 


Tilting, 


51. 


Sectional, 


18. 


Windmills, 


52. 


Theater-curtains, 




Details — 




Thermal control — 


20. 


Brace adjustments, 


47. 


Horizontally-sliding, 


21. 


Caps and bases, 


49. 


Horizontally-swinging, 


19. 


Structure. 


48. 


Vertically-sliding, 


43. 


Stairs — 


50. 


Vertically-swinging. 


44. 


Spiral. 


22. 


Electric-wire supports — 


34. 


Structural units — 


23. 


Telegraph-poles — 


35. 


Clips or fasteners, 


28. 


Bases — 


36. 


Joints and connections. 


29. 


Anchored — 


45. 


Thermally - controlled de- 


30. 


Augers, 




vices. 


31. 


Expanding, 


64. 


Windows — 


24. 


Compound, 


66. 


Double-movement — 


33. 


Cross-arms, 


67. 


Sliding-pivot, 


27. 


Insulated parts, 


68. 


Swinging-frame, 


25. 


Multiple supports, 


75. 


Frames, 


32. 


Protectors, 


79. 


Guards, 


26. 


Sectional. 


76. 


Sash — 


80. 


Fire-shields — 


77. 


Pane supports and fas- 


81. 


Collapsible. 




tenings — 


37. 


Girders. 


78. 


Removable, 




Grilles- 


69. 


Swinging-sash — 


82. 


Composite, 


70. 


Laterally-sliding weath- 


83. 


Integral, 




er-strips, 
Thermal control, 


84. 


Securing devices. 


71. 


90. 


Land-anchors — 


72. 


Vertically-sliding sash — 


91. 


Augers, 


73. 


Movable or removable 


92. 


Expanding. 




guards, 


85. 


Metal sheathing — 


74. 


Thermal control, 


86. 


Overlapping ends — 


65. 


Weatherproofmg. 


87. 


Cornice, 






88. 


Securing devices — 






89. 


Cornice. 







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DIVISION V. 



EXAMINER LANE. 



CLASSES.— 11, Bookbinding; 56, Harvesters ; 63, Jewelry; 84, Music. 



Class 11;— BOOKBINDING, (v.) 



Subclasses. 



13. Bank-notes, checks, and 
bonds. 

16. Binding. 

2. Binding-machines — 
33. Pamphlet-coverers, 

24. Rounding and backing, 

25. Signature-gatherers. 

17. Books and binding. 

3. Books and covers — 

26. Cutting attachments. 

4. Book-cover protectors. 

12. Book-leaf holders and 
marks. 





Class 56.— HAR' 


/ESI 




Subclasses 


1. 


Bean-harvesters. 






Binders — 


62. 


35. 


Compressors, 


63. 


36. 


Grain-adjusters, 


64. 


37. 


Sheaf-carriers — 


100. 


120. 


Automatic dump, 


16. 




Shock-formers — 


17. 


121. 


Automatic^ 




122. 


Self-binding, 


65. 


123. 


Hand. 


66. 


134. 


Broom-corn harvesters — 


67. 


135. 


Tablers. 


68. 


128. 


Bunchers and windrowers. 


69. 




Cane-harvesters — 


115. 




Stalk-cutters-^ 


19. 


133. 


Strippers, 


114. 


132. 


Toppers. 


20. 


2. 


Clover-harvesters. 


33. 


3. 


Combined rakes and ted- 






ders. 


70. 




Corn-harvesters — 


72. 


130. 


Cutting apparatus, 


136. 


119. 


Self-binders, 


73. 


103. 


Stalk-cutters — 


74. 




Droppers — 


76. 


104. 


Crane, 


77. 


105. 


Direct-tilting, 


75. 


106. 


Ejector, 


78. 


107. 


Endless-apron, 


32. 


108. 


Horizontally moving 
and tilting, 


22. 


109. 


Sliding-bottom, 


80. 


110. 


Strippers, 


81. 




Strippers- 


27. 


111. 


Comb, 


24. 


112. 


Knife, 


124. 


113. 


Roller, 


126. 


131. 


Toppers. 


127. 


5. 


Corn-shockers. 


82. 


6. 


Cotton-harvesters — 




117. 


Pneumatic. 


83. 


118. 


Rotating picker-stems. 


125. 




Cutting apparatus — 


85. 


42. 


Endless, 


86. 


129. 


Grain-lifters, 




43. 


Guard-fingers and finger- 


87. 




bars, 


88. 


44. 


Reciprocating, 




45. 


Rotary, 


83. 


46. 


Vibrating. 


90. 




Droppers — 


91. 


47. 


Direct-tilting, 


92. 


49. 


Miscellaneous, 




48. 


Opening and closing, 


93. 


50. 


Side-delivery, 




51. 


Swinging and tilting. 


96. 


99. 


Fruit-gatherers. 


94. 


9. 


Gearing. 




31. 


Grain wheels and casters. 
Hand-binders — 


95. 


52. 


Attachments, 


98. 


53. 


Elevated delivery, rear, 




54. 


Elevated delivery, side, 


97; 


55. 


Flat delivery, 




56. 


Manual traction. 


28. 


12. 


Hand-rakers. 


29. 




Hay-loaders — 


30. 


61. 


Endless belts, 





18. Covers — 

35. Removable. 
7. Indexing — 

27. Cutting and printing. 

19. Leaves. 

20. Leaves and covers. 

14. Postage and revenue 

stamps. 

15. Tickets. 

11. Writing-tablets — 

22. Continuous — 

36. Manifolding, 

23. Manifolding. 



(v.) 



Hay-loaders — 

Intermittent, 

Lifting-reels, 

Walking-rakes. 
Headers. 
Hedge-trimmers. 
Hemp and flax harvesters. 
Horse-rakes — 

Draft-dumpers, 

Drags, 

Hand-dumpers, 

Hay-cockers, 

Rake-teeth, 

Side-delivery. 
Lawn-mowers — 

Grass-catchers. 
Manure-forks. 
Miscellaneous. 
Mowers — 

Anomalies, 

Center-cut, 

Cutter-bar alinement, 

Front-cut, one-wheel, 

Front-cut, two wheels, 

Rear-cut, one-wheel, 

Rear-cut, two wheels, 

Reciprocating-gear, 

Thrust-cut. 
Platform adjustments. 
Reels. 
Revolving horse-rakes — 

Flop-over, 

Wheel. 
Scythes and cradles. 
Seats. 
Self-binders — 

Binders only — 
Cord-knotting, 

Clips and prepared 
bands, 

Cord-knotters, 

Cord-knotting, 

Gleaners and binders. 

Tension and take-up de- 
vices, 

Twisters and tuckers, 

Wire-twisters. 
Self-rakers — 

Endless carriers, 

Gaveling-tongs, 

Platform-movement, 

Reciprocating, horizon- 
tal curvilinear, 

Reciprocating, horizon- 
tal rectilinear, 

Rotary, horizontal axis, 

Rotary, vert ic al axis, 
switch, 

Rotary, vertical axis, no 
switch, 

Traveling, horizontal ir- 
regular path, 

Traveling, vertical irreg- 
ular path. 
Tedders. 
Threshers. 

Track clearers and divid- 
ers. 



Class 63.— JEWELRY, (v.) 



Subclasses 

1. Bracelets. 

2. Brooches. 

4. Ear-rings. 

5. Finger-rings. 
8. Gem-setting. 

6. Lockets. 
11. Metal stock and ornamental 

wire fabric. 



7. Ornamental chains. 

10. Processes. 

13. Safety watch-guards. 

12. Scarf-pins. 

9. Watch-chain attachments. 



Class 84.— MUSIC, (v.) 
Subclasses. 



1. 


Accordions. 




Automatic instruments — 


82. 


Autoharps. 


215. 


Stringed — 




Automatic instruments — 


216. 


Cylinder, 




Details — 


217. 


Disk, 


159. 


Cases, 


218. 


Electric — 


160. 


Expression devices, 


219. 


Cylinder-control, 


161. 


Selectors — 




Mechanical — 


162. 


Note-sheets — 


220. 


With controller — 


163. 


Projections, 


221. 


Cylinder, 


164. 


Note-sheet rolls, 


222. 


Pneumatic, 


165. 


Trackers, 


223. 


Pneumatic — 


166. 


Winding and rewind- 


224. 


Cylinder-control, 




ing, 


225. 


Self-setting, 


167. 


Wind devices — 


226. 


Pianos — 


168. 


Expression, 


227. 


Cylinder, 


169. 


Pedals, 


228. 


Electric, 


170. 


General structure — 


229. 


Eleetropneumatic, 


171. 


Cvlinder, 




Mechanical — 


172. 


Disk— 


230. 


With controller — 


173. 


Self-setting, 


231. 


Electric, 


174. 


. Electric, 


232. 


Pneumatic, 




Mechanical — 


233. 


Pneumatic— 


175. 


With controller — 


234. 


Cylinder-control, 


176. 


Electric, 


235. 


Self-setting, 


177. 


Pneumatic, 


236. 


Wind- 


178. 


Pneumatic — 


237. 


Cylinder, 


179. 


Cylinder-control, 


238. 


Disk, 


180. 


Self-setting, 




Mechanical — 


181. 


Keyboard-players — 


239. 


Pneumatic control, 


182. 


Cases, coupling, 


240. 


Organs — 


183. 


Cylinder, 


241. 


Cylinder, 


184. 


Disk, 


242. 


Disk, 


185. 


Electric, 


243. 


Eleetropneumatic, 


186. 


Mechanical — 




Mechanical — 


187. 


Disk-control, 


244. 


With controller — 


188. 


Electric control — 


245. 


Pneumatic, 


189. 


Cylinder, 


246. 


Pneumatic, 


190. 


Pneumatic control, 


247. 


Organettes — 


191. 


Pneumatic — 


248. 


Cylinder, 


192. 


Cylinder-control, 


249. 


Disk. 


193. 


Orchestrions — 


53. 


Auxiliary strings. 


194. 


Disk-control, 


120. 


Banjo-bridges. 


195. 


Eleetropneumatic, 


121. 


Banjos- 




Mechanical — 


122. 


Mutes, 


196. 


Cylinder-control, 


123. 


Necks, 


197. 


Pneumatic control, 


124. 


Resonators. 


198. 


Pneumatic, 


6. 


Castanets. 


199. 


Percussion — 


85. 


Charts — 


200. 


Cylinder, 


86. 


Harmony and transposi- 


201. 


Disk, 




tion. 


202. 


Electric— 


7. 


Clarinets and flutes. 


203. 


Disk-control, 


55. 


Combined organ and piano. 




Mechanical — 


125. 


Cornet-mutes. 


204. 


Cylinder-control, 


8. 


Cornets and trumpets. 


205. 


Pneumatic control, 


9. 


Couplers — 


206. 


Pneumatic — 


126. 


Pneumatic. 


207. 


Cylinder-control, 


10. 


Drums — 


208. 


Spurs" and picks — 


127. 


Snare. 


209. 


Cylinder, 


81. 


Electric actions — 


210. 


Disk— 


128. 


Couplers, 


211. 


Self-setting, 


131. 


Sostenuto. 




Mechanical — 


151. 


Enharmonic devices. 


212. 


With controller — 


11. 


Exercising devices — 


213. 


Disk, 


91. 


Hand attachments, 


214. 


Pneumatic, 


92. 


Keyboard, 



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DIVISION V.— Contini 1. 1.. 





Cuss SI. 


Com 


mued. 




E zeroising devioes 




Piano 


93. 


Kej board attachments, 




Actions 


•ii. 


Vocal. 


L02. 


Frames, 


ST. 


Finger boards. 


103. 


Hammers, 


82. 


Guitar-bridges. 


60. 


Pedal, 


S3. 


Guitars 


104. 


Pled rum, 


34. 


Capo tasto. 


138. 


Agraffes, 


18. 


1 [armonioas 


27. 


ai 1 achments, 


88. 


supports. 


L89. 


Bridges. 


ia. 


Harmonic attachments. 


140. 


Capo-I a st liars, 


66. 


Harmonic dampers 


52. 


Cases 


83. 


Violin. 


118. 


Desks, 


14. 


Harps. 


119. 


Fall-boards, 


IS, 


1 ndfcators — 


141. 


Knockdown, 


50. 


Kr\ board attachments. 


148. 


Lid-props, 
Swells, 


15. 


Insulators. 


149. 


58. 


Key-holding devices. 


28. 


Frames, 


16. 


l-..ys and k.\l -.ards — 


29. 


Legs, 


96. 


Touch-regulators. 


30. 


Sounding-boards, 


49. 


Knee-swells. 


40. 


Stringing, 


17. 


Leaf-turners — 


144. 


String-plates, 


35. 


Spring and gravity. 


67. 


Tuning-pins— 


36. 


Mandolin-bridges. 


105. 


Coupling-clamp, 


37. 


Mandolins. 


106. 


Direct-pull, 


79. 


Mouthpieces. 

Musical blocks. 


107. 


Lever, 


89. 


108. 


Presser-deflectors, 


18. 


Notation. 


109. 


Push-rod and carrier 




Organ- 


110. 


Worm-gear. 


19. 


Actions — 


25. 


Pianos — 


95. 


Elect ropneuma tic. 


142. 


Forte devices, 


20. 


Pneumatic, 


70. 


Sostenuto, 


56. 


Valves and valve-seats, 


143. 


Tone-modifiers, 


50. 


Bellows, 


31. 


Without, strings. 


21. 


Cases, 


46. 


Piano-violins. 


32 


Pipes, 


68. 


Recording attachments. 


59'. 


Stop-actions — 


33. 


Reeds. 


54. 


Combination, 


34. 


Reed-boards. 


23. 


Swells, 


69. 


Solo attachments. 


47. 


Wind-chests. 


146. 


Tailpieces — 




Organs — 


147. 


Reel. 


90. 


Pedal-bass, 


41. 


Transposers. 


32. 


Pipe, 


42. 


Tremolos. 


35. 


Reed- 


43. 


Tuning instruments. 


36. 


Attachments for, 




Violin- 


11. 


Folding, 


72. 


Bows, . 


12. 


With pipes, 


73. 


Bridges, 


38. 


Steam. 


74. 


Chin-rests, 


24. 


Pedals — . 


75. 


Dampers and mutes, 


97. 


Auxiliary, 


78. 


Tuning-pegs. 


9S. 


Guards, 


44. 


Violins — 


99. 


Locks. 


76. 


Practice, 


61. 


Pianissimo devices. 


115. 


Supports. 




Piano — 


80. 


Zithers — 


26. 


Actions — 


116. 


Keyed, 


00. 


Dampers, 


117. 


Picks. 


01. 


Flanges, 







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DIVISION VI. 



EXAMINER SEAMAN. 



GLASSES.— 8, Bleaching and Dyeing; 23, Chemicals; 52, Explosives; 71, Fertilizers; 167, Medicines; 

99, Preserving; 127, Sugar and Salt. 



Class 8.-BLEACHING AND DYEING. (VI.) 



Subclasses. 



16. Apron vats and stretchers. 

2. Bleaching. 

1. Carbon dyes. 

18. Close vats. 

5. Dyeing processes. 

6. Dyes. 

20. Mercerizing. 

13. Mordants. 



19. Open vats. 

17. Perforated rolls and spray- 
jets. 

7. Press-dyeing. 

8. Renovating dress. 

15. Steam and bleach chests. 

12. Wool-cleaning. 



Class 23.— CHEMICALS, (vi.) 



1. Acids, mineral. 
21. Ammonia. 
3. Apparatus. 
24. Carbon compounds. 
5. Fire-extinguish i n g com- 
pounds. 
10. Metalloids, embraces non- 
illuminating gases, sul- 
fur, and phosphorus. 



Subclasses. 

11. Packing chemicals. 
13. Salines. 
22. Soda and potash. 
27. Vinegar. 



Class 52.— EXPLOSIVES, (vi.) 



1. Blasting-powder. 

2. Fulminates. 
4. Gunpowder. 



Subclasses. 

| 5. Matches. 

3. Nitro compounds. 
I 6. Pyrotechnic compounds. 



1. Apparatus. 
9. Compositions. 
6. Organic. 



Class 71.-FERTILIZERS. (VI.) 

Subclasses. 

7. Phosphates. 



8. Sewage and night-soil. 



Class 167.— MEDICINES, (vi.) 



2. Capsules. 

3. Disinfectants — 

12. Candles and holders. 

4. Extracts. 

5. Hair dyes and tonics. 

6. Insecticides. 



Subclasses. 

7. Internal remedies. 

8. Plasters. 
11. Tobacco substitutes. 

9. Topical remedies. 
10. Veterinary. 






Class 99.— PRESERVING, (vi.) 



1. Antiseptics. 

2. Apparatus. 

5. Desiccation. 

6. Egg-testers. 

8. Exclusion of air. 



Subclasses. 

11. Food compounds. 
9. Fumigation. 

10. Panification. 

12. Wood saturation. 



Class 127.— SUGAR AND SALT, (vi.) 



1. Bleaching cane-juice. 

2. Bone-black. 

3. Centrifugal machines- 

21. Honey-extractors, 
20. Liquid-separators, 

22. Testers. 

4. Confectionery. 

6. Cube sugar. 

7. Defecating. 

8. Diffusion apparatus. 

9. Evaporating-pans. 



Subclasses. 

10. Glucose. 
19. Graining and draining. 

11. Mixers. 

12. Molds and carriages. 

14. Refining salt. 

15. Refining sugar. 

16. Salt-making. 
23. Starch. 

17. Sugar-making. 

18. Vacuum-pans. 



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DIVISION VII. 



EXAMINER TOWNSEND. 



GLASSES.— 46, Games aud Toys; 185, Meohauical Motors; 88, Optics; 93, Paper Manufactures; 208, Velocipedes. 





Class HI. l! WIKs 


AN 


) TOYS. (VII.) 




Subclasst 


s. 


71. 


\ muse ini'ul -houses. 


65. 


Game-pieces. 


4. 


Halls and bats. 


22. 


Hobby-horses. 


43. 


Base-ball. 


23. 


Kites. 


6. 


Billiard appliances — 


24. 


Lawn-tennis. 


". 


Balls, 


25. 


Playing-cards. 


8. 


Chalk-cups. 


41. 


Puzzles and magic. 


9. 


Cues, 


27. 


Roundabouts. 


10. 


Cue-tip fasteners, 


53! 


Skaters' appliances. 


11. 


Cushions, 


50. 


Skates — 


12. 


Tables, 


51. 


Roller. 


13. 


Table-levelers. 


52. 


Skate-wheels. 


66. 


Howling-alleys — 


30. 


Skipping-ropes. 


54. 


Pin-setting apparatus. 


07. 


Snow-shoes. 


14. 


Buzzes and whirligigs. 


31. 


Soap-bubble pipes. 


55. 


Card-game accessories. 


32. 


Spinning-tops. 


5(1. 


Chance devices- 


33. 


Stilts. 


57. 


Ball. 


70. 


Theater appliances. 


15. 


Croquet. 


35. 


Toy building-blocks 


68. 


Dumb-bells and clubs. 


36. 


Toy money-boxes. 


58. 


Duplicate-whist apparatus. 


37. 


Toys- 


69. 


E.xercising-machines. 


49. 


Electric, 




Game apparatus- 


40. 


Figure — 


59. 


Aerial projectiles — 


45. 


Wheeled, 


60. 


Peg and pocket. 


40. 


Sounding — 


61. 


Surface projectiles — 


47. 


Wheeled, 


62. 


Longitudinal. 


48. 


Wheeled. 


21. 


Game-boards — 


38. 


Trundles and hoops 


63. 


Chance-controlled, 






04. 


Checkered surfaces. 







Class 185.— MECHANICAL MOTORS, (vn.) 

Subclasses. 

Manual — 

13. Miscellaneous, 
12. Treadles. 

5. Miscellaneous. 

14. Oscillating weight— 

15. Wave. 

6. Spring. 

7. Weight. 



1. Horse-powers — 

8. Drivers, 

9. Drums, 

2. Equalizers, 

10. Gears, 

3. Treads. 
Manual— 

11. Hand-operated, 



Class 1 



-OPTICS, (vn.) 



(For definitions see Bulletin No. 5, p. 8.) 



Subclasses. 



Astronomical and survey- 
ing instruments — 
Altitude — 
Artificial horizons, 
Sextants, 
Distance— 
Double-observation — 

External-base, 
Electric, 
Remote-base, 
Leveling— 
Gradient, 
Solar. 
Building-lights — 
Canopy, 
Vault, 
Window. 
Eyeglasses and spectacles — 
Bridges- 
Folding, 
Spring- 
Bar, 
Connections, 
Lenses, 
Lens-mounts, 
Nose-guards, 
Nose-grips — 
Adjustable — 
Automatic, 
Supports, 
Temples- 
Connections. 
Kaleidoscopes. 
Kinetoscopes— 
Continuous-film— 
Intermittent-feed, 



Kinetoscopes — 

19. Separate leaves. 
57. Lenses. 

56. Lens- testers. 

39. Microscopes — 

40. Accessories. 
1. Miscellaneous. 

20. Optometers — 

21. Face-gages, 

22. Multiple-lens. 

23. Photometers. 

24. Projecting apparatus — 

25. Helioscats, 

26. Magic lanterns— 

27. Rotary slide carrier, 

28. View-changing devices. 

66. Rods and targets. 

29. Stereoscopes — 

30. Album, 

31. View-changing. 

32. Telescopes — 

34. Field and opera glasses — 

35. Folding and collapsible, 

36. Supports— 

37. Focusing, 

33. Prismatic, 

38. Reflecting attachments. 
14. Testing instruments. 

61. Tripods— 

62. Cane type, 

63. Horizontal adjustments, 

64. Instrument-attaching de- 

vices, 

65. Leveling adjustments. 

67. Window-reflectors. 



Class 93.-PAPER MANUFACTURES, (vn.) 
(For definitions sec Supplement No. 2, p. 2539.) 



Subclasses. 



Hag-machines — 
Central-fold, 
Closers, 

Cutters and closers, 
Cutters and openers, 
Cutters, openers, a n d 

closers, 
Cutting, 
Hand bottom-folders, 

tables, 
Methods, 
Miscellaneous, 
Openers — 

Roll, 

Side, 
Openers and closers — 

Openers, roll, 

Openers, side, 
Plate-mandrel, 
Printing attachments, 
Rectangular-mandrel, 
Refolders, 
Triangular-fold — 

Blade-and-roller, 

Mandrel, 
Web-formers, 
Web formers and cutters, 
Web formers, cutters, and 

closers, 
Web formers, cutters, and 

openers, 
Web formers, cutters, 
openers and closers — 

Openers, roll, 

Openers, side. 
Box-machines — 
Cell-cases — 

Traveling-carrier, shift- 
ing-form, 
Covering, 

Cutting and scoring, 
Endless-mandrel carrier, 
Fly-affixers, 
Folding — 

Driers, 

Plunger-and-die, 

Stationary folders, 

Web-supply — 
Driers, 

Plunger-and-die, 
Stationary folders, 
Folding and covering, 
Folding and setting up, 
Folding and stapling, 
Folding and staying, 
Mandrels and dies, 
Miscellaneous, 
Plaiting, 



Box-machines — 
Refolders, 
Setting up, 

Setting up and covering, 
Staying. 
Bunching and banding. 
Envelop-machines — 
Drying— 

Chain-discharging, 
Miscellaneous, 
Printing and stamping, 
Recip rocating — 

Carrying mechanism, 

Creasing mechanism, 

Ejecting mechanism, 

Folding, 

Gumming — 
Picker-faces, 

Gumming and folding, 

Turret, 

Web-supply, 
Rotary — 

Blank-supply, 

Web-supply, 
Thread-affixers. 
Folding- 
Miscellaneous, 
Powder-paper machines, 
Radial-fold. 
Miscellaneous. ' 
Tag-machines — 
Eyeleting, 
Miscellaneous, 
Pin-ticket making, 
Pin-ticket making and at- 
taching, 
String-attaching, 
Washer-attaching. 
Tube-machines — 
Axial-feed, 
Convolute-wind, 
Fuse-making, 
Miscellaneous, 
Sizing and burnishing, 
Spiral-wind, 
Tapering-wind. 
Tubes. 

Wrapping-machines — 
Crimpers and twisters, 
Miscellaneous, 
Packet making and wrap- 
ping, 
Receptacle filling and 

closing, 
Receptacle making and 

filling, 
Traveling-carrier. 



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DIVISION VII.— Continued. 



Class 208.— VELOCIPEDES, (vil.) 




Subclasses. 




11. Bearings. 


Handles — 




Bicycles — 


128. Pneumatic, 




5. Header-preventers. 


129. Strip. 




Bicycle, propulsion — 


67. Harness. 




Crank and gear — 


Holders — 




50. Normally fixed stud- 


Brackets — 




plate, 


86. Fixed arm or jaw, 




74. Planetary, 


87. Pivoted arm or jaw, 




48. Reverting train, 


Racks — 




49. Rotating side shaft, 


90. Frame-supports, 




46. Train— 


88. Wheel or tire sup- 




47. Internal rack, 


ports — 




17. Crank and chain — 


89. Tilting-shoe, ' 




153. Chain adjustments, 


Stands — 




154. Changeabl e-speed 


91. Floor-supported, 




gear, 


92. Wall-supported. 




18. Lever and crank, 


139. Miscellaneous. 




19. Lever, crank and gear, or 


140. Mud-guards — 




chain, 


141. Wheel— 




20. Lever and ratchet, 


142. Rim— 




21. Lever, ratchet and gear, 


143. Limp, 




or chain, 


144. Sectional. 




23. Miscellaneous, 


70. Pedals. 




22. Rack-and-pinion. 


Polycycles — 




13. Brakes — 


42. Figure. 




57. Back-pedaling, 


Polycycles, propulsion — 




60. Band, 


40. Axle-couplings, 




58. Pneumatic, 


32. Crank and chain, 




59. Roller. 


Crank and gear — 




45. Carrier. 


51. Planetary, 




145. Casings — 


54. Reverting train, 




146. Chain— 


55. Rotating side shaft, 




147. Attached, 


52. Train— 




148. One-piece, 


53. Internal rack, 




149. Radially-separable. 


30. Crank and pitman, 




24. Child's seats. 


33. Lever and crank, 




151. Cleaner attachments — 


34. Lever, crank and gear, or 




152. Chain. 


chain, 




130. Combined handle-bar and 


35. Lever and ratchet, 




post adjustment. 


36. Lever, ratchet and gear, 




27. Coupling-bars. 


or chain, 




68. Cranks and crank-shafts. 


38. Miscellaneous, 


* 


9. Crank-clutches. 


37. Rack-and-pinion. 




Cranks — 


Posts — 




69. Variable-leverage. 


131. Mechanical adjustment, 




3. Dicycles. 


132. Self-locking. 




2. Epicycles. 


Props — 




93. Frames — 


156. Fixed, 




98. Crank-hangers, 


Pivoted— 




107. Depressible-seat, 


75. One-leg— 




104. Drop convertible, 


79. Extension hinged, 




96. Forks— 


77. Extension sliding, 




97. Springs, 


78. Lever-actuated, 




105. Folding, 


79. Spring-locked, 




102. Heads— 


80. Universal-joint, 




103. Spring, 


Two (or more) legs — 




95. Joints, 


81. Cam(or gear) spread, 




106. Knockdown, 


82. Lever-spread, 




110. Ordinary, 


83. Spring-spread, 




111. Parallel seats, 


Sliding— 




113. Polycycles, 


S4. One-leg, 




155. Pumps, 


85. Two (or more) legs. 




94. Spring, 


138. Rests. 




101. Spring-axles, 


41. Rowing-machines. 




100. Spring saddle-supports, 


15. Saddles— 




108. Tandem— 


64. Pneumatic, 




109. Convertible, 


65. Rigid-seat, 




112. Trailing wheels, 


66. Sectional. 




99. Yokes. 


63. Saddle-clamps. 




115. Handle-bars — 


Saddle-posts — 




123. Automatically - collaps- 


62. Rigid, 




ing, 


61. Spring. 




122. Automatically - detach- 


150. Shields. 




able, 


114. Steering devices. 




116. Continuous adjustable — 


Steering-wheel — 




Locks — 


136. Automaticall y-gov- 




117. Cam, 


erned, 




118. Screw-and-dog, 


137. Locking. 




119. Spring, 


26. Steps and foot-rests. 




124. Folding, 


133. Telescopic-tube clamps — 




120. Sectional, adjustable— 


135. Split-collar* 




121. Simultaneously, 


134. Tubular-wedge. 




125. Spring. 


71. Toe-clips. 




126. Handles— 


1. TJnicycles. 




127. Auxiliary, 







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DIVISION VIII. 



EXAMINER JOHNSON. 



GLASSES.— 5, Beds ; 155, Chairs; 45, Furniture ; 65, Kitchen and Table Articles; 211, Store Furniture. 



Class 5.— BEDS, (vm.) 



Subclasses. 



Beds— 

1. Air, 

5. Camp. 
Bed-bottoms — 

39. Fabrics, 

40. Fabrics and springs, 
25. Slats, 

2(i. Slats and springs, 

29. Springs. 

3. Bod-clothing. 

4. Bedsteads— 

41. Attachments, 

42. Braces, 

8. Extension, 

9. Folding— 

60. Berths and bunks, 

12. Invalid— 

43. Head-sections, 

44. ■ Lifters and conveyers, 

45. Verticall y-m o v i n g 

frame, 

16. Sofa— 

46. Extension, 

47. Folding-back, 

48. Folding back and seat, 

49. Folding-seat, 

50. Rotary back and seat, 



Bedsteads — 

Sofa — 

51 . Vertioall y-m o v i n g 

frame. 
17. Table, 
IS. Wardrobe-bedsteads — 

52. Center-folding, 

53. End-folding, 
34. Extension, 

54. Shifting-fulcrum, 

37. Single-frame, 

38. Sliding-frame. 
22. Clothes-clamps. 

55. Comer-fastenings. 

56. Cradles — 

57. Motor-operated. 

58. Cribs— 

59. Attachments. 
10. Hammocks — 

31. Stretchers, 

32. Supports. 

13. Mattresses. 

14. Mosquito-nets and cano- 

pies. 

15. Pillows. 

33. Pillow-sham holders. 
21. Springs. 



Class 155.— CHAIRS, (vin.) 



Subclasses. 



Baby-jumpers. 
Baby-walkers. 
Chairs — 

Adjustable backs, 

Adjustable backs and 
seats, 

Attachments, 

Backs and seats independ- 
ently adjustable, 

Bottoms, 

Convertible, 

Dentists', 

Folding — 
Adjustable, 

Invalid, 

Nursery, 

Opera, 

Reclining, 

Rocking — 
Platform, 

Step-ladder, 

Surgical, 

Swinging, 

Tilting. 



Pads and feet. 
Rests — 

Foot, 

Head. 
School seats and desks. 
Seats — 

Car, 

Circus, 

Reversible, 

Spring. 
Settees. 
Sofas. 
Stools and seats — 

Duplex, 

Pawl-and-ratchet, 

Pedestal, 

Screw. 
Stools — 

Cane, 

Folding. 
Swings. 
Upholstery. 



Class 45.— FURNITURE, (vin.) 



Subclasses. 



1. Bookcases — 

53. Adjustable shelf -parti- 

tions, 

54. Adjustable shelves and 

shelf-supports, 

55. Hanging shelves, 

78. Knockdown, 

79. Revolving, 

56. Roller-shelves. 

Book and music holders — 

57. Base-supported — 

80. Adjustable, 

81. Rotary, 

59. Body-supported, 

60. Book-stands — 

85. Folding, 

86. Leveling, 



65. 



Book and music holders- 
Bracket-supported — 

Adjustable, 
Leaf-holders, 
Leaf-rests, 
Music-stands — 

Portable, 
Portfolio. 
Brackets — 
Arm-supporting — 

Adjustable, 
End-supporting — 
Adjustable, 
Pneumatic. 
Bureaus — 

Knockdown. 
Carpet-stretchers. 



Class 45.— Continued. 



43. Carpet stretchers 
tackcrs. 

68. Covers. 
0. Desks — 

90. Attachments, 

91. Lids— 

92. Flexible, 

69. Portable, 

93. Sectional, 

70. Table. 

7. Drawers — 
77. Guides, 

94. Locking devices, 

95. Swinging, 

96. Tilting. 

2. File-cabinets — 

3. Revolving. 

4. File- racks. 

13. Hat and coat racks— 

123. Hooks— 

124. Clasping, 

125. Swinging-arm, 

126. Wire— 

127. Single-piece. 

15. Insect-guards. 

16. Kitchen-cabinets. 
18. Mirrors — 

97. Bracket, 

98. Hand, 

99. Multiple, 
100. Stand. 

22. Packing furniture. 

71. Provisiou-safes — 

102. Knockdown, 

103. Revolving, 

104. Window. 

24. Quilting-frames. 

105. Screens — 

106. Folding. 



and 



28. 

41. 
107. 
10S. 

31. 

109. 
110. 

74. 
111. 

75. 
9. 
112. 
113. 
114. 
115. 

11. 
116. 
122. 

17. 

46. 

47. 



117. 

26. 

27. 
120. 

50. 

51. 

32. 

52. 

33. 

36. 

37. 
118. 

38. 
119. 



Soap-holders. 
Spittoons — 
Covered, 
Flushing. 
Tables- 
Adjustable — 
Angularly, 

Angularly and verti- 
cally, 
Folding, 
Vertically, 
Attachments, 
Extension — 
Center, 
End, 

Fle.\ible-top, 
Slides, 
Folding— 

Sectional-top, 
Game, 
Kitchen, 
Lap, 

Leaf-supports, 
Leg fastening and brac- 
ing, 
Pedestals, 
Self-waiting, 
Sewing-machine — 

Covers, 
Surgical, 
Wall. 
Towel racks and stands. 
Type-writer cabinets. 
Umbrella-stands. 
■\Xall-protectors. 
Wardrobes — 

Knockdown. 
Washstands — 
Reservoir. 



Class 65.— KITCHEN AND TABLE ARTICLES, (vm.) 



Subclasses. 



3. Cake-turners. 
5. Casters — 

55. Rotary. 

10. Compound tools — 

56. Gripping. 

45. Condiment-holders — 

57. Pulverizing. 

12. Culinary. 

13. Cups— 

58. Collapsible. 

15. Dishes and plates — 

59. Covered, 

60. Pivoted covers. 

16. Dish-covers — 

61. Stands. 
20. Dust-pans — 

62. Brush attachments, 

63. Footpieces. 
22. Egg-cups. 



25. Fruit-lifters. 

26. Jar-lifters. 

28. Ladles. 

29. Napkin-holders. 

30. Oyster-openers. 

31. Pitchers— 

64. Tilting-frame. 

32. Plate-lifters. 

65. Racks and rests. 
36. Scoops. 

46. Stopper-extractors — 

47. Hook, 

48. Screw — 

49. Lever-operated, 

50. Rotary, 

51. Screw-aiid-lever. 

52. Table-tongs. 

53. Trays— 

54. Attaching devices. 



Class 211.— STORE FURNITURE, (vm.) 



Subclasses. 



Bag and twine holders- 

Bag-holders, 

Twine-holders — 
Take-up — 
Rotary. 
Bins. 
Cabinets — 

Delivering, 

Grocers', 

Spool. 
Counters — 

Attachments. 
Display-cards. 
Display-forms. 
Display-racks — 

Adjustable-arm, 

Hanging, 

Inclosed, 

Roll, 

Rope, 

Rotary — 
Inclosed, 



Display-racks — 

22. Sample-sheet — 

23. Rotary. 

24. Display-stands. 

28. Display-trays. 

35. Pattern-exhibitors. 
30. Post-office furniture. 

Sample-holders — 
40. Box-attached. 

29. Serving apparatus — 

30. Printing attachment, 

31. Roll-holders— 

32. Cutting attachment, 

33. Feeding attachment. 

25. Show-cases — 

26. Lid-lifters. 

27. Shelving. 

37. Ticket-cases — 

38. Gravity-feed, 

39. Spring^clasp. 



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DIVISION IX. 



EXAMINER TBYON. 



CLASSES.— 230, Air and Gas Pumps; 169, lire-Extinguishers; 138, Hydraulic Motors; 103, Pumps; 

Sewerage. 



182, 



Class 230.— AIR AND GAS PUMPS, (ix.) 



Subclasses. 



Air-motors— 

Bellows, 

Convertible motor and 
pump. 
Automatic fans. 
Bellows. 
Bulb. 

Collapsible tube. 
Cooling and sealing. 
Diaphragm. 
Fan attachments — 

Bellows, 

Fly-wheel, 

Treadle. 
Fan-blowers. 
Fluid-piston — 

Endless-channel, 

Injectors and aspirators — 
Rotary, 
Fall-tube, 

Reciprocatfing-piston, 



Fluid piston — 
Tank and bell, 
Tank and float, 
Tank and hand-valve, 
Tank and overflow-valve, 
Tank and pressure-valve, 
Tank and vane, 
Tilting-tank. 

Pressure-control. 

Receivers. 

26. Sand-blowers. 
Solid piston — 

27. Rectilinear — 

28. Hydraulic motor, 

29. Oscillating, 

30. Rotary— 

31. Rectilinear. 

32. Systems. 

33. Toilet-fans. 

34. Valves and valve-gear. 



Class 169.— FIRE-EXTINGUISHERS, (ix.) 





Subclasses. 


5. 


Automatic nozzles and 




Portable — 




sprinklers. 


15. 


Grenades, 


6. 


Automatic valves. 


16. 


Hand vessels, 


4. 


Car-heaters. 


17. 


Liquid pumps and s y r 


7. 


Chemical-mixing — 




inges, 


8. 


Automatic. 


18. 


Water-towers, 


9. 


Chemical stream impregnat- 


19. 


Wheeled. 




ing. 


20. 


Stationary systems — 


10. 


Combustion. 


21. 


Automatic, 


11. 


For oil-tanks. 


22. 


Automatic valve — 


12. 


Gas-pressure supply. 


23. 


Pressure-controlled, 


13. 


Miscellaneous. 


24. 


Chemical-mixing, 




Portable- 


25. 


Gas-pressure supply. 


14. 


Automatic, 







Class 138.— HYDRAULIC MOTORS, (ix.) 







Subclasses. 


11. 


Chain. 




2. Reciprocating. 


13. 


For cranes. 




3. Rotary — 


8. 


For elevators- 




12. Feathering, 


14. 


Valves, 




18. Impact. 


15. 


Varying power. 




Turbines — 


9. 


For jacks. 




4. Bottom-supply, 


10. 


For presses — 




5. Side-ring supply, 


16. 


Valves, 




6. Top and side direct-sup 


17. 


Varying power. 




ply- 


1. 


Oscillating. 




7. Top-ring supply. 



Class 103.— PUMPS, (ix.) 
Subclasses. 



Accumulators. 
.Air-suction chamber. 
Assembling. 
Cattle. 
Chain. 

Collapsible tube. 
Combined types. 
Compressed-air water - ele- 
vators — 

Aerated column, 

Hydraulic compression. 
Diaphragm. 

Differential reciprocating 
pistons — 

Hollow piston-rod. 
Elements — 

Air and vacuum c h a m - 
bers, 

Cut-off and drain devices, 

Cylinders, 

Miscellaneous and com- 
bined, 

Operating devices, 

Pistons, 

Sand traps and strainers, 

Stocks, curbs, and sup- 
ports, 



Elements — 

66. Valves. 

67. Fluid motive power — 

68. Fluid-transmitting, 

69. Water-wheel. 

17. Hollow piston-rod — 

70. Double-acting — 

71. One solid piston, 

72. Multiple-cylinder. 

73. Oscillating piston. 

51. Railway-tank feeders. 
29. Rams. 

44. Rotary double-piston. 
43. Rotary single-piston. 

74. Sand-bailers. 

75. Solid reciprocating piston— 

76. Double-acting, 

77. Multiple-cylinder — 

78. Double-acting. 

79. Systems. 

80. Valved reciprocating p i s - 

ton — 

81. Multiple-cylinder, 

82. Opposing pistons, 
83 Successive pistons. 

35. Windlass water-elevator. 





Class 182.- 


-SEWERAGE, (ix.) 
Subclasses. 


9. 
2. 
3! 
4. 
8. 
10. 


Animal-stops. 
Cleaning. 
Construction. 
Flushing. 

Flush-tank siphons. 
Manholes, catch-basins 
cesspools. 


and 


6. Mechanical treatment 
7 Systems. 
Traps — 

11. Air-valves, 

12. Liquid-seal — 

13. Pipe-inlet, 

14. Valve-seal. 



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DIVISION X. 



EXAMINER MITCHELL. 



Class. 



21, Carriages and "Wagons. 





Class 21 .— C A R R I A G E £ 


> AN 




Subclause 


80. 


Ambulances and stretch- 






ers. 


44. 


2. 


Axle-boxes. 


45. 


4. 


Axle-skeins. 


93. 


5. 


Axles. 


46. 


7 


Bodies. 


47. 


81. 


Boots and aprons. 


48. 


10. 


Brake-levers. 


94. 


s. 


Brakes- 


95. 


9. 


Automatic, 


96. 


82. 


Shoes. 


49. 


11. 


Carriage-irons. 


97. 


85. 


Chate-irons. 


99. 


12. 


Children's carriages — 


101. 


S3. 


Folding. 


100. 


S4. 


Stops. 


98. 


86. 


Chute-wagons. 


50. 


13. 


Clips. 


102. 


14. 


Close carriages. 


105. 


15. 


Dashboards. 


103. 


125. 


Doors and windows. 


51. 


76. 


Draft-equalizers. 


104. 


19. 


Drays. 


53. 


20. 


Dimiping-wagons. 


54. 


21. 


End-gates. 


55. 


87. 


Fellies and rims. 


56. 


23. 


Fenders. 


57. 


24. 


Fifth-wheels. 


106. 


88. 


Hand-barrows. 


107. 


74. 


Hay-racks. 


108. 


26. 


Hearses. 




27. 


Holdbacks. 


110. 


75. 


Horse-detachers. 


63. 


28. 


Hose-carriages. 


60. 


29. 


Hounds. 


61. 


30. 


Hub-attaching devices. 


62. 


89. 


Hub-caps. 


114. 


31. 


Hubs. 


124. 


32. 


King-bolts. 


64. 


33. 


Lumber-wagons. 


65. 


90. 


Motor-vehicles. 


121. 


77. 


Neck-yokes. 


116. 


36. 


Poles and shafts — 


122. 


91. 


Convertible. 


118. 


92. 


Pole-tips. 


115. 


127. 


Rein-holders — 


120. 


132. 


Clamp, 


117. 


133. 


Spring — 


119. 


134. 


Pivoted, 


68. 


135. 


Weighted, 


69. 


136. 


Wheel. 


79. 


128. 


Rein-supports. 


78. 


39. 


Running-gear. 


129. 


40. 


Sand-bands. 


130. 


41. 


Seat-locks. 


131. 


42. 


Seats — 




43. 


Shifting, 





(X.) 



Scats- 
Spring. 
Shifting-rails. 
Short-turning gear. 
Sled-brakes. 
Sled-propellers. 
Sleds- 
Hand, 

Shifting thills, 

Wheel-runners. 
Spoke-sockets. 
Spring-gear— 

Axle cross, 

Lever, 

Longitudinal, 

Side-bar cross. 
Springs — 

Bolster, 

Braces and equalizers, 

Elliptic, 

Platform, 

Shackles, 

Torsion. 
Standards. 
Steps. 
Sulkies. 
Thill-couplings — 

Antirattlers, 

Jacks. 
Thill-supports. 
Tires- 
Metallic. 
Tongue-supports. 
Top-joints. 
Top-props. 
Tops. 
Traction-engines — 

Steppers. 
Traction-wheels. 
Trucks — 

Barrel, 

Brick, 

Drying, 

Elevating, 

House-moving, 

Implement, 

Piano, 

Water-barrel. 
Wheelbarrows. 
Wheels. 

WhifHetree-hooks. 
Whiffletrees. 
Whip-sockets — 

Lock. 
Whip-sockets and r e i : 

holders combined. 



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DIVISION XI. 



EXAMINER DISNEY. 



CLASSES. — 12, Boot and Shoe Making; 36, Boots, Shoes, and Leggings; 218, Button, Eyelet, and Kivet Setting ; 
54, Harness; 69, Leather Manufactures; 1, Nailing and Stapling; 231, Whips and "Whip Apparatus. 



Class 12.— BOOT AND SHOE MAKING, (xi.) 
(For definitions see Supplement No. 3, p. 2704.) 



Subclasses. 



116. 
120. 
118. 
119. 
117. 

70. 

71. 

72. 

73. 

74. 
75. 

77. 

76. 

78. 

79. 
104. 
105. 

80. 
106. 

81. 
128. 
129. 
130. 
132. 
131. 

42. 
50. 
49. 
46. 
47. 
43. 
44. 
48. 
45. 
82. 

83. 
2. 

3. 

4. 
5. 



10. 
11. 

15. 
16. 

12: 

13. 

107. 
113. 
108. 
110. 
111. 
112. 
109. 
133. 
134. 
139. 
137. 
138. 
140. 
135. 
136. 
141. 
1. 
121. 
84. 
142. 
144. 
147. 



Boot-tree holders. 
Boot-treeing machines. 
Boot-trees — 
Clasps, 
Foot-locks, 
Footpieces, 
Plunger-expanded. 
Burnishing-machines — 
Heel— 
Oscillating-jack — 
Automatic trans- 
verse-feed, 
Oscillating tool-head — 
Automatic trans- 
verse-feed, 
Rotary-tool, 
Shank and tread, 
Vitarating-tool — 
Hand-guided. 
Burnishing-tools — 

Rotary. 
Cement-applying devices. 
Channeling-tools. 
Felt-boot formers. 
Formers — 
Pneumatic, 
Stretchers — 
Lateral, 

Lateral and longitudi- 
nal. 
Heel-machines — 
Assembling, 
Beading, 

Bevel and seat cutting, 
Breasting, 

Breasting and nailing, 
Die-cutting and nailing, 
Molding, 

Trimming and nailing. 
Inseam- trimming ma- 
chines — 
Horn-carried knife. 
Lasting and nailing ma- 
chines — 
Hand-guided driver, 
Multiple drivers, 
Pivoted-jack. 
Lasting and sewing ma- 
chines. 
Lasting-machines — 
End-lasting, 
Girth-stretcher, 
Nipper-stretcher — 
Wiper-folder — 
Multiple work - sup- 
ports, 
Relasting, 
Tack-pullers, 
Wiper-stretcher — 
Pronged. 
Lasting-tools — 
Fly-closers, 

Nailing and stretching, 
Stretchers — 
Multiple-grip, 
Toe, 
Stretchers and hammers. 
Lasts — 
Adjustable, 

Heel-plates and sockets, 
Instep-block fasteners — 

Sliding-bolt, 
Peg-receivers, 
Separate heel-block — 

Hinged, 
Shoe-retainers. 
Miscellaneous. 
Patterns. 
Peg-cutters. 
Processes — 
B lank-laying-out, 
Heel, 



122. 
85. 



87. 

114. 
115. 



65. 
66. 
62. 
63. 
103. 
96. 
97. 

102. 

99. 
100. 
101. 

98. 

51. 

52. 

53. 

54. 

55. 

56. 

58. 

59. 

57. 

67. 
123. 
124. 
125. 
126. 
127. 



Processes — 
Lasting, 

Miscellaneous parts. 
Shank-machines. 
Shoemakers' benches. 
Sole and heel edge trim- 
mers — 
Clamped-work — 
Rotary-cutter, 
Hand-tools — 

Double-grip, 
Rotary-cutter — 
Adjustable rand- 
guide, 
Multiple cutter-head, 
Rotary cutter-heads — 
Axially-adjustable, 
Inserted cutters — 
Angular ly-adjust- 
able, 
Supplemental cutters. 
Sole-machines — 
Blank-molding — 

Edge, 
Blank-rounding — 
Clamped-work — 
Rotary work and cut- 
ter, 
Strip-feed, 
Channeling — 

Clamped-work, 
Channeling and trim- 
ming — 
Clamped-work, 
Channel-flap layers, 
Channel-flap turners, 
Edge-inking, 
Imitation-stitch, 
Insole-reinforcing, 
Laj'ing and leveling — 
Dies and formers, 
Multiple work-sup- 
ports — 
Revoluble, 
Oscillating jack and 

former, 
Roll, 
Lining-appliers, 
Slitting and grooving, 
Stitch-separating and in- 
denting. 
Toe and heel stiffener ma- 
chines — 
Molding — 
Roll, 

Separable-matrix, 
Skiving — 
Recessed-carrier. 
Tools. 

Upper-creasing. 
Upper c r i m p i n g and 
stretching — 
Formers and clamps, 
Former and wiper — 
Belt-carried former, 
Pivoted-former, 
Shank-stretchers . 
Upper-machines — 
Assembling, 
Beading, 
Edge-notching, 
Folding, 
Marking, 
Skiving, 
Strap-covering, 
Turning. 
Welt and rand machines. 
Work-supports — 
Expansible-holder, 
Heel-clamping, 
Last-jacks — 
Saddle and spindle. 



Class 36.— BOOTS, SHOES, AND LEGGINGS. (XI.) 
(For definitions see Supplement No. 1, p. 2605.) 



Subclasses. 



59. Antislipping devices — 

67. Calks, 

62. Detachable— 

66. Attached fasteners, 

64. Clamping — 

65. Screw, 

63. Sandal, 

61. Disengaging, 

60. Pole-climbers. 

69. Counter and heel supports. 

68. Counter-stifleners. 
9. Felt and fabric. 

70. Garment-protectors. 

34. Heels— 

35. Cushion — 

36. Detachable, 

37. Internal cushion, 

38. Metallic spring, 
42. Detachable, 

40. Metallic shell— 

41. Detachable, 

39. Rotary. 

10. Inside slippers. 

2. Leggings and gaiters. 
1. Miscellaneous. 

11. Moccasins. 

71. Pads and foot-supporters. 

72. Protectors— 

73. Sole and heel— 

75. Embedded, 

74. Spur-attached. 

4. Rubber — 

5. Overshoes — 

6. Heelless, 

7. Retainers — 

8. Heel-engaging. 

76. Shanks. 

12. Sole-attaching means — 
15. Detachable soles, 

23. Fasteners — 

24. Peg, 



Sole-attaching means — 
Outturned uppers, 
Prepared soles, 
Processes, 
Rubber, 
Seams, 

Single-faced stitch, 
Through-and-through, 
Welt-connected, 
Wooden soles. 
Soles — 
Cushion — 

Pneumatic, 
Fleeced slipper, 
Insoles — 

Laminated, 
Laminated, 
Rubber, 
Sectional, 
Spring- heel, 
Wooden. 
Toe caps and tips. 
Uppers — 
Blanks — 
Integral vamp and 
quarters — 
Seamless, 
Closures — 
Buttonhole-pieces, 
Elastic, 
Slit stays. 
Tongue-pieces, 
Corded, 
Linings, 

Metallic seam-stiffener, 
Pulls, 

Seams, stays, and pipings. 
Ventilated. 
Welts and rands. 



Class 218.— BUTTON, EYELET, AND RIVET SETTING, (xi.) 
(For definitions see Supplement No. 1, p. 2582.) 







Subclasses. 




Implements — 






Machines — 


20. 


Button— 






Button — 


22: 


Pliers — 






Staple-fastener — 


24. 


Staple-fastener, 




10. 


Threaded - button 


23. 


Tack-fastener, 






feed, 


21. 


Riveting, 




11. 


Threaders, 


27. 


Button-detaching, 




9. 


Threading and set- 


25. 


Eyeleting, 






ting, 


26. 


Lacing-hook, 




13. 


Tack-fastener feeders, 


19. 


Riveting. 




18. 


Button-carding, 




Machines- 




14. 


Eyeleting — 


4. 


Button — 




15. 


Magazine, 


12. 


Button-feeders, 




16. 


Lacing-hook — 




Eye-shank — 




17. 


Magazine, 


7. 


Tack-fastener, 




1. 


Riveting — 


5. 


Riveting — 




2. 


Magazine, 


6. 


Magazine, 




3! 


Staple. 




Staple-fastener — 




28. 


Packages. 


8. 


Staple making 
setting, 


and 







(28) 



DIVISION XL— Continued. 



Class 64. B V.RNESS. (xi.) 
(For definitions so- Supplement No. :>, p. 27010 



Class 69.— LEATHER MANUFACTURES. (XI.) 
(For definitions see Supplement No. 2, p. 2552.) 





Subclasses. 


21. 


Articles and processes. 




Machines — 


1. 


Machines — 




Skiving and splitting — 


1.5. Bolt-stretching, 




Fixed-knife — 


2. 


Cutting and impressing, 


13. 


Roller-feed — 


5. 


Folding and roiling, 


14. 


Trimming attach- 


8. 


Forming and pressing, 




ments,' 


3. 


Horse-collar-sh aping, 


15. 


Reciprocating-knife, 


4. 


Horse-collar-stuffing, 


10. 


Rotary disk knife, 


6. 


Rounding, 


17. 


Strap-finishing, 


7. 


Seam-pressing, 


IS. 


Tack-leathering. 


9. 


Skiving and splitting — 


20. 


Tools. 


10. 


Belt-knife, 


19. 


Work-holders. 


11. 


Fixed-knife — 






12. 


Reciprocating-feed, 







Class I. NAILING AND STAPLING, (xi.) 
(For definitions see Supplement No. 2, p. 2S6S.) 



Subclasses. 




Subclasses. 


68. Ittaohlng and detaching 


32. Hame-tugs 


44. 


Glaziers' point-setters. 




Machines- 


de\ ires. 


33. adjustable 




implements 

Nail-driving— 




Shoe - 


4. Back-bands. 


(14. Hltchlng-strap holders. 


47. 




Eeel-nalllng — 


79. Blankets. 


34. 11 itching-straps. 


40. 


Magazine, 


35. 


Cross-head and tur- 


80. Bonnets and shields. 


82. Horse-boots. 


48. 


Staple forming and set- 




ret, 


7i. Breaking ami training de- 


87. Loops. 




ting, 


37. 


Laterally - adjustable 


vices— 


35. Martingales. 


50. 


Staple-setting — 




driver-block, 


7-. Leg-spreaders. 


1. Miscellaneous. 


49. 


Magazine, 


38. 


Multiple rotary heel- 


58. Breast-straps— 


77. Ox-vokes. 




Strip- 




support, 
Nail-leeding, 


59. Shields and connectors. 


65. Pads— 


52. 


Nail and peg, 


39. 


5. Breeching. 


00. Back, 


53. 


Tack, 


34. 


Heel-plate-attachihg, 


6. Bridles 


OS. Fasteners. 


51. 


Wire-nail forming and 


33. 


Heel pressing and load- 


7. Bits 


07. Neck. 




driving. 




ing, 


s. Mouthpieces — 


73. Rein-guards. 


43. 


Lath and shingle nailing. 


19. 


Nail-driving — 


9. Double, 


74. Rein-holds. 




Machines — 


18. 


Magazine, 


10. Blinds- 


30. Reins. 




Blind slat and rod — 


20. 


Staple forming and set- 


It. Covering and uncover- 


37. Saddles — 


54. 


Staple forming and set- 




ting, 


ing, 


38. Harness — 




ting, 


21. 


Staple-setting, 


12. Brow-bands, 


39. Cart, 


55. 


Staple-setting, 




Strip- 


13. Crown-loops, 


41. Cushions, 




Book- 


22. 


Nail, 


14. Gag-runners, 


40. Pivoted side plates, 


7. 


Staple forming and set- 


23. 


Peg, 


15. Stranglers. 


42. Seat and tree connec- 




ting, 


24. 


Tack, 


61. Check-hooks— 


tors, 


S. 


Staple-setting, 


24.J 


Strips, 


02. Movable-keeper. 


43. Tug-hearers, 




Box- 


25. 


Wire inserting and cut- 


70. Checking and unchecking 


44. Riding— 


14. 


Assembling and nailing, 




ting- 


devices. 


40. Attachments, 


10. 


Nail-driving — 


26. 


Screw, 


hi. Checkreins — 


45. Side. 


16. 


Nail-feeding, 


27. 


Wire-nail forming and 


17. Hook-loops. 


S3. Spurs. 


15. 


Tables, 




driving — 


19. Collars— 


47. Stirrups — 


9. 


Nail forming and driv- 


28. 


Direct wire-feed, 


20. Breast, 


48. Elastic, 




ing, 


29. 


Pivoted nail-carrier, 


21. Fasteners. 


49. Safety. 


11. 


Staple forming and set- 


30. 


Reciprocating nail- 


IS. Combined collar and 


84. Supports. 




ting— 




carrier, 


hames. 


78. Tail-holders. 


12. 


Sheet-metal, 


31. 


Rotary nail-carrier, 


22. Cruppers. 


03. Terrets. 


13. 


Staple-setting, 


41. 


Work-supports, 


S(i. Elastic connections. 


50. Thill-tugs— 


1. 


Nail-driving — 


2. 


Staple forming and set- 


SI. Flv-nets. 


51. Open. 


5. 


Boxes, 




ting, 


23. Girths. 


54. Trace-carriers — 


6. 


Nail-feeding, 


4. 


Staple-setting — 


24. Halters— 


55. Hook. 


40. 


Packet-looping, 


3. 


Magazine. 


85. Connectors. 


50. Trace-end supporters. 


42. 


Reels, 


45. 


Magazine-hammers. 


30. Hame and trace connec- 


52. Traces— 




Shoe— 


50. 


Packages. 


tors — 


53. Whiffletree-connectors. 


32. 


Heel-nailing — . 






31. Adjustable. 


2. Track. 


30. 


Cross-head, 






25. Hames — 


Trimmings — 










20. Fasteners — 


75. Covered, 










27. Lever, 


76. Ornamental. 










28. Strap, 


57. Underchecks. 










29. Top. 


3. Yokes. 











Class 231.— WHIPS AND WHIP APPARATUS. (XI.) 
(For definitions see Supplement No. 3, p. 2703.) 



1. Whip-machines. 

2. Whips— 

0. Caps, buttons, and joints, 

3. Convertible whips and 

canes, 



Subclasses. 

Whips 



Lash and 
Lashes. 



snap fastenings, 



(29) 



DIVISION XII. 



EXAMINER WRIGHT. 



CLASSES. — 187, Elevators; 64, Journal-Boxes, Pulleys, and Shafting; 184, Lubrication; 74, Machine Elements. 



Class 187.— ELEVATORS, (xn.) 



Subclasses. 



Automatic stops. 
Chairs. 

Combined locks and auto- 
matic stops. 
Controllers — 

Running-rope. 
Counterweights. 
Dumb-waiters. 
Elevators. 
Guides. 
Hod. 

Indicators. 
Lazy-tongs. 
Locks. 
Mail. 

Rope-drive. 
Safety devices — 
Catches and grips — 
Bodily-movable — 

Wedge, 
Clutch-loop, 
Horizontally-p i v o t e d 
jaws — 
Eccentric, 
Miscellaneous, 
Momentum-operated, 
Rack-engaging catches, 



Safety devices — 
Catches and grips — 
Vertically-pivoted, 
Well -supported mov- 
able stops— 
Car-actuated, 
Door-locked controllers, 
Overwinding, 
Slack-cable stops, 
Speed-governors — 
Fluid-retarders, 
Well-bottom cushions, 
Well-obstruction. 
Screw. 
Screw and traveling sheave 

or block. 
Well-doors — 
Horizontal — 
Horizontal-hinge, 
Horizontally-slidable, 
Vertical-hinge, 
Vertically-slidable, 
Vertical — 
Horizontal-hinge, 
Horizontally-slidable, 
Vertical-hinge, 
Vertically-slidable. 



Class 64.— JOURNAL-BOXES, PULLEYS, AND SHAFTING. 
(XII.) 



Subclasses. 



27. Axles, lubricating. 

4. Belt-shifters — 

51. Lifters. 

5. Belt-tighteners. 

7. Compensating journals. 
41. Gudgeons. 
21. Idle-pulley supports. 
10. Journal-boxes — 

52. Bodily-movable, 
20. Brasses, 

Compositions, 
Eccentric adjustment, 
Fluid-support, 
Guards, 
Lids, 

Lubricating— 
Band-applying, 
Centrifugal, 
Coolers, 
Materials for feeding 

oils, 
Roller-applying— 
E 1 a s tically-support- 
ed, 
Vertical spindle, 
Yieldably-s upported 
pads, 
Rocking adjustment, 
Vertical spindle, auto- 
matic centering, 
Wear-compensating. 
Pulleys — 
Air-escape rims, 



Pulleys — 

44. Compositions for coating 

rims, 
8. Expansible, 
40. Grip, 
26. Lubricating, 

45. Non-metallic rim - cover- 

ings, 
18. Split. 

Roller-bearings — 

36. Ball— 

57. Antifrictionally-spaced, 

58. Retained, 

59. Spaced, 

37. Ball-and-cylinder, 

38. Cylinder— 

39. Circular series — 

61. Antifrictionally- 

spaced, 

62. Spaced, 

60. Toothed. 

12. Shaft-casings. 

13. Shaft-couplings. 

14. Shaft-hangers. 

29. Shafting— 

30. Flexible. 

25. Thrust-bearings — 

49. Ball, 

50. Cylinder. 
Truck-bearings— 

63. Ball, 

64. Cylinder, 

65. Rocker. 



Class 184.— LUBRICATION, (xn.) 

(For definitions see Bulletin No. 19, p. 3.) 

Subclasses. 



12. 


Conveyers. 




Lubricators — 


14. 


Lubricators — 




Gravity-feed — 


15. 


Belt, cable, or chain lu- 




Automatic cut-off — 




bricators — 


79. 


Horizontally-r e c i p- 


17. 


Roller-applied, 




rocating valve, 


16. 


Swab-applied, 




Rotatable-valve — 


103. 


Constant-level, 


72. 


Fluid-pressure op- 


18. 


Cylinder-lubricators — 




erated, 


20. 


Rotary-swab-applied, 


71. 


Mechanically -op- 


19. 


Swab-applied, 




erated, 


106. 


Drip-pans, 


73. 


Pendulum -oper- 


21. 


Elevator -guide lubrica- 




ated, 




tors — 


68. 


Thermostats, 


23. 


Rotary-brush or roller, 




Vertically-r e c i p r o- 


22. 


Swab, 




cating valve — 




Force-feed— 


77. 


Ccntrif ugally -op- 


64. 


Capillary attraction, 




rated, 


61. 


Conveyers — 


76. 


Fluid-pressure op- 


62. 


Bucket — 




erated, 


63. 


Rotary, 


74. 


Mechanically -oper- 




Fluid-operated— 




ated — 


60. 


Abrasion, 


75. 


Spring-retained , 


49. 


Condensation d i s - 


78. 


Pendulum -oper- 




placement — 




ated, 


53. 


Auxiliary feeding- 


69. 


Vibrators, 




receptacles, 


80. 


Combined closure and 


52. 


Choke-plugs, 




valve, 


50. 


Double-passage, 


87. 


Fiber valve, 


51. 


Single-passage, 


86. 


Locking-valve, 


54. 


Displacement, 


83. 


Measuring-valve, 


55. 


Steam or air — 


81. 


Multiple-feed, 


57. 


Initial pressure, 


85. 


Siphons, 


56. 


Injectors, 


82. 


Vertically -movable 


58. 


Suction — 




valve, 


59. 


Vented, 


104. 


Heating and cooling de- 




Followers — 




vices, 


47. 


Balanced-piston, 


98. 


Liquefiers — 


43. 


Centrifugal, 


99. 


Solid-stick, 


39. 


Fluid-operated — 


88. 


Oil-cup closures — 


40. 


Fluid-return, 


89. 


Depressible cap, 


41. 


Spring-assisted, 


90. 


Hinged-cover — 


42. 


Spring-return, 


91. 


Spring-controlled , 


38. 


Hand-operated, 


92. 


Rotatable-cover — 


48. 


Locking devices, 


93. 


Spring-controlled , 


37. 


Mechanically- oper- 


94. 


Slidable-cover — 




ated, 


95. 


Spring-controlled , 


44. 


Pendulum-operated, 


24. 


Piston-rod lubricators — 


45. 


Spring-operated, 


25. 


Swab, 


46. 


Weight-operated, 


105. 


Refilling devices, 


26. 


Pumps — 


101. 


Roller, 


36. 


Attachments, 


96. 


Sight-feeds— 


29. 


Fluid-operated, 


97. 


Attachments, 


28. 


Hand-operated, 


100. 


Slide -bearing lubrica- 


27. 


Mechanically- oper- 




tors. 




ated, 


102. 


Swab. 


34. 


Oscillating distribut- 


2. 


Mine-car lubrication. 




ing-valve, 


1. 


Miscellaneous. 


32. 


Oscillating-piston, 


5. 


Slide-bearing lubrication. 


30. 


Pendulum-operated, 


13. 


Splash. 


31. 


Rotary, 


6. 


Systems — 


35. 


Rotary distributing- 


7. 


Conveying devices — 




valve, 


8. 


Continuous-tube, 


33. 


Rotary piston and 


9. 


Sliding-tube 




valve, 


10. 


Wipers, 


65. 


Gravity-feed — 


11. 


Splash. 


,84. 


Air-tight receptacle, 


3. 


Track or wheel lubrication. 


66. 


Automatic cut-off — 


4. 


Windmill lubrication. 


70. 


Centrifugal, 






67. 


Electrically -oper- 
ated. 







(30) 



DIVISION XII. ( 1 ()NTINUK1). 



Cl kSS 71. M VC1UNK HI KMKNTS. (XII.) 





Svbclasst 


S. 


62. 


Belts 




Gearing— 


63. 


Laminated, 




Sprocket-chains — 


til. 


Link. 


43. 


Solid-link, 


66. 


Afetai-relnforced, 


44. 


Solid-link and coupler, 


66. 


Round, 


41. 


Tooth and bodies, 


(.7. 


Wovon-wire. 


29. 


YIeldable. 


\. 


Cams anil eccentrics. 


s. 


Gibs and keys. 


5. 


Cranks and le\ ers 


">;>. 


Intermittent-grip devices- 


38. 


Cranks and wrist-pins. 


54. 


Ratchet, 


S3. 


Handles, 


55. 


Strap and dog or ball. 


89. 


Sand-levers. 


13. 


Machine-brakes — 


6. 


Fly-wheels. 


45. 


Cent ri tugal speed - regu 


56. 


Gear-ca sings. 




lators, 


7. 


Gearing— 


69. 


Dash-pots, 


50. 


Alternating rotary, 


70. 


Electrically-operated, 


21. 


Belt 


46. 


Stop mechanisms, 


51. 


Guides, 


37. 


Strap. 


26. 


Frlctional, 


14. 


Mechanical movements. 


57. 


Into rchangea bly-locked — 


20. 


Overcoming dead-centers. 


58. 


Slidable gears, 


16. 


Pawls and ratchets- 


59. 


Slidable keys, 


60. 


Noiseless. 


M. 


Planetary— ' 


17. 


Pitmen- 


35. 


Eccentric, 


71. 


Counterbalanced, 


36. 


Screw, 


47. 


Longitudinaliy-a d j u s t 


40. 


Scrow-and-nut, 




able rod, 


38. 


Sectional, 


48. 


Longitudinally-yieldable 


31. 


Sprocket- 


27. 


Racks and pinions. 


61. 


Expansible, 


52! 


Set-screw guards. 


32. 


Sprocket-chains — 


68. 


Springs. 


49. 


Connectors, 


19. 


Universal joints. 


42. 


Endless-belt, 







(31) 



DIVISION XIII. 



EXAMINER SEWALL. 



CLASSES. — 86, Arms, Projectiles, and Explosive Charges: Making; 10, Bolt, Nail, Nut,Kivet, and Screw Making; 
77, Boring and Drilling; 79, Button-Making; 59, Chain, Staple, and Horseshoe Making; 85, Driven, 
Headed, and Screw-Threaded Fastenings; 90, Gear-Cutting, Milling, and; Planing; 205, Metal-Draw- 
ing; 78, Metal Forging and "Welding; 80, Metal-Eolling ; 76, Metal Tools and Implements: Making; 
29, Metal-Working; 163, Needle and Pin Making; 82, Turning. 






CLASS 86.— ARMS, PROJECTILES, AND EXPLOSIVE 




Class 10.— 


Continued. 


CHARGES. MAKING (XIII.) 


1. 


Miscellaneous. 
Nail-making — 


' 


Screw-threading — 
Implements — 


(For definitions see Bulletin No. 5, p. 5). 


28. 


Cut nails — 


111. 


Dies — 




32. 


Cutting, 


110. 


Combined cut ting- 


Subclasses. 


30. 


Cutting and heading, 




off and threading, 


23. Ammunition-loading — 

42. Bullet-patching, 

43. BuUet-setting, 

36. Capping and uncapping — 

37. Implements — 

38. Magazine, 

39. Crimping— 

41. Crimper-heads, 

40. Implements, 

31. Filling— 

32. Cap and cartridge prim- 

ing, 

33. Implements — 

34. Flasks and chargers, 

35. Measures, 

29. Filling and ramming — 

30. Rammers, 


Ammunition-making — 

10. Caps and cartridges — 

11. Paper shells — 

12. Assembling, 

18. Processes, 

14. Shell-heading, 

17. Shell lining and varnish- 
ing, 

15. Shell tapering and neck- 

ing, 

16. Shell-trimming, 

19. Lubricating, 
6. Shells. 

47. Cartridge-packing. 

45. Feeding devices — 

46. Shell. 

4. Gun-barrels. 


31. 
35. 

36. 
37. 

40. 
38. 
39. 

41. 
42. 
33. 


Cutting and pointing, 
Dies, 

Horseshoe-nails — 
Cutting and finish- 
ing, 
Dies, 

Finishing — 
Rotary work- 
holder, 
Nail-plates, 
Processes, 
Nail-plates, 


116. 
117. 

118. 
119. 
114. 
115 

112. 
120. 
121. 
122. 


Divided — 
Coned - screw ad- 
justment, 
Integral — 

Adjustments, 
Multiple — 
Rotatable die- 
block, 
Pipe-trimming, 
Radial-chaser — 
Adjustable — 
Cam-operated, 


34. 
29. 

43. 
53. 

44. 


Processes, 
Tack-strips, 
Wire nails — 
Dies, 
Making and distribut- 


113. 
123. 
127. 
125. 
126. 
124. 

89. 
101. 
102. 

94. 


Thread-trimming, 
Die-stocks — 
Bushings, 
Hinged, 
Oilers, 


24. Implements, 

25. Loading and shell-clos- 

ing— 
28. Implements, 

26. Rectilinear shell-feed, 


20. Loading fireworks and 

blasting charges — 

21. Implements — 

22. Fuse. 

1. Miscellaneous. 


47. 
48. 
54. 
49. 


ing, 
Multiple-header — 

Opposite, 
Processes, 
Reciprocating die and 


Ratchet, 
Machines — 
Chasing-cutter — 

Rotary, 
Collapsing-die — 


27. Rotary shell-feed, 
44. Shell-holders. 


2. Ordnance — 

3. Processes. 


50 


header — 
Toggle-closing dies, 


95. 
96. 


Bevel-closing, 
Cam-closing, 


Ammunition-making — 

7. Bullets and shot — 

8. Bullet-swaging, 

9. Processes, 1 


5! Rifling. 


51. 
52. 

46. 
45. 
55. 


Wedge-closing dies, 
Rotary work-holder, 
Spiral-shank, 
String-nails, 
Wrought nails — 


97. 
98. 
99. 
100. 


Lever-closing — 

Cone, 

Toggle, 
Pivoted chaser-car- 
rier, 




64. 


Horseshoe-nails — 


87. 


Combined, 




65. 


Chain-feed, 


90. 


Cutting-off and thread- 




70. 


Dies, 




ing, 




71. 


Processes, 


105. 


Feeds, 




66. 


Roll-forging — 


106. 


Lubricators, 




67. 


Traveling-roll, 


91. 


Multiple-die — 




69. 


Rotary work-holder, 


92. 


Alined, 




68. 


Side-swage, 


93. 


Turret, 




56. 


Spikes — 


103. 


Recessed cylindrical 




62. 


Blanks, 




die-block. 




61. 


Dies, 


104. 


Screw chaser adjust- 




59. 


Pointing, 




ment, 




63. 


Processes, 


107. 


Work-holders — 




57. 


Reciprocating die 


108. 


Nipple-chucks, 






and header, 


152. 


Swaging — 




58. 


Roller-die, 


153. 


Reciprocating-die, 




60. 


Rotary work-holder. 




Tapping- 




72. 


Nut and washer making — 




Implements — 




74. 


Coiling and forging, 


141. 


Taps- 
Adjustable, 




85. 


Dies, 


142. 




76. 


Forging— 


146. 


Built-up, 


Class 10.— BOLT, NAIL, NXJT, RIVET, AND SCREW 


78. 


Double punch-drive, 


143. 


Collapsible — 


MAKING. (XIII.) 


77. 


Rotary multiple dies, 


144. 


Cam-core, 


79. 


Siderswage, 


145. 


Wedge-core, 


(For definitions see Supplement No. 4, p. 2998.) 


80. 


Side-swage and man- 
drel, 


140. 
147. 


Combined, 
Guides, 


Subclasses. 


73. 


Lock-washer making, 


148. 


Tap-wrenches — 




81. 


Nut-broaching, 


149. 


Axial-screw clamp, 


155. Bolt and nut assembling. 


Capping nails and screws — 


83. 


Nut-facing — 


150. 


Ratchet, 


11. Bolt and rivet making — 


161. Processes, 


84. 


Arbors, 


151. 


Transverse-s crew 


22. Anvils, 


157. Rectangular stock-feed, 


75. 


Nut finishing and tap- 




clamp, 


19. Bolt-head finishing — 


158. Rotary work-holder. 




ping, 


129. 


Machines — 


20. Broaching, 


162. Distributers and feeders — 


82. 


Nut-milling, 


128. 


Combined reaming 


21. Bolt-pointing, 


163. Agitated-chute, 


86. 


Processes. 




and tapping. 


14. Cotter-slot punching, 


164. Agitated-hopper, 


2. 


Screw-making — 


133. 


Double tap-grip, 


24. Dies, 


166. Gripping feeding-jaws, 


5. 


Head-nicking — 


139. 


Feeds, 


26. Heading-punches, 


165. Inclined-chute, 


7. 


Punch and die, 


130. 


Multiple tap-spin- 


12. Multiple-header, 


171. Nail-plate— 


6. 


Rotary work-holder, 




dle— 


27. Processes, 


178. Nippers and nose- 


3. 


Head nicking and shav- 


132. 


Circular-gang, 


15. Reciprocating die and 


pieces, 




ing, 


131. 


Tee-threading, 


header— 


172. Oscillating, 


8. 


Head-shaving, 


134. 


Releasable-tap, 


16. Toggle-closing dies, 


173. Reversing — 


9. 


Pointing, 


136. 


Reversing mechan- 


17. Wedgo-closing dies, 


174. Geared— 


4. 


Pointing and threading, 




isms — 


13. Rotary multiple dies, 


175. Rack-and-pinion, 


10. 


Processes. 


137. 


Bevel-geared, 


23. Safety devices, 


176. Segmental, 




Screw-threading — 


138. 


Spur-geared, 


25. Shears, 


177. Strap-drive, 




Implements — 


135. 


Yielding tap-driver, 


18. Side-swaging. 


167. Reciprocating-lifter, 


109. 


Combined turning and 


154. 


Thread -milling. 


156. Capping nails and screws — 


168. Rotary-cylinder, 




threading, 


88. 


Wooden screws. 


160. Dies, 


169. Rotary-disk, 










159. Nicking devices, 


170. Rotary-hopper. 














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DIVISION XIII. Continued. 



t'i isa .". BORING \\l> DRIl LINO, (xniO 



( For deflnlti 



ee Supplement No. -', p. 2560.) 
Subclasses. 



Ippliani es 
Boring-bars 

Peed » u-\ Ices, 
Boring-heads, 
Drill-braces, 
Drill-holders, 
.1 Igs, 

Non-circular cut . 
\\ ork-supports 

Indexing. 
Boring-machines — 
I [on sontal, 
Miscellaneous, 
Portable, 
Vertical. 
Drilling-machines— 
Angular spindle adjust- 
ment. 
Back-gears, 
Bench, 
Center-drills, 
Counterweights, 
Feed mechanisms — 

Automatic-stop, 

Frictional, 
Friction-drive, 
Independent motor, 
Miscellaneous, 
Multiple-spindle — 

Axially-opposite, 

Parallel axes — 
Circular-gang, 
Independent adjust- 
ment, 

Radial axes, 

Turret, 
Portable — 

Bow, 

Clamped — 
Chain, 
Drilling and tapping, 

Cord-and-spring drive, 

Flexible shaft, 

Rail-drills — 
Clamp-frames, 



Drilling-machines— 
Portable — 
Rail-drills 
Quick-setting, 
Ratchet, 

Tost, 

Radial— 

Vertically - a d j u Stable 
arm, 
Treadle-feed. 
Drills- 
Annular, 
Combined — 

Drills and countersinks, 
Oil-conduit, 
Tangs, 
Twist. 
Ratchet-drills — 
Axially-yielding clutch, 
Band-grip, 
Combination, 
Double-acting — 
Axially-s winging lever, 
Transversely - swinging 
lever, 
Feed-screws, 
Reversible, 
Self-feeding, 
Sliding-pawl, 
Wed gi ng-pawl — 
Roller-grip. 
Reamers — 
Adjustable — 

Central cone, 
Countersinks, 
Pipe-bur, 
Shell. 
Tapping mains — 
Closed tool-chamber — 
Multiple tool-holder, 
Valved — 
Permanent — 
Annular cutter. 



Class 79.— BUTTON-MAKING, (xm.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 15, p. 10.) 



Subclasses. 



17. Blank-feeders. 

3. Metallic— 

4. Covered — 

5. Cloth. 

1. Miscellaneous. 

Pearl and composition- 
15. Blank-sawing — 
Tubular saw, 
Drilling — 
Multiple spindle — 
Axially opposite, 
Multiple chuck, 
Single chuck, 



16. 



Pearl and composition — 
Drilling — 
Single spindle — 
14. Single chuck, 

7. Surfacing — 

9. Multiple chuck, 

8. Tool-sharpening, 
10. Trimming, 

6. Surfacing and drilling. 
2. Shank-buttons. 
18. Work-supports. 



Class 59.— CHAIN, STAPLE, AND HORSESHOE MAKING, 
(xm.) 

(For definitions see Bulletin No. 19, p. 11.) 





Subclasses 




1. 


Chain-making— 




Chain-making — 


2. 


Bead chain, 


4. 


Roller-chain, 


27. 


Bending, 


13. 


Sheet-metal — 


35. 


Blanks and processes, 


15. 


Stamping and bending 


16. 


Combined machines — 


14. 


Prong-connected, 


21. 


Bending and eye-form- 


29. 


Sizing and trimming, 




ing, 


5. 


Sprocket-chain — 


22. 


Bending and welding, 


8. 


Blanks and processes, 


20. 


Coiling, cutting, assem- 


7. 


Link-assembling, 




bling, 


6. 


Sheet-metal, 


17. 


Coiling, cutting, bend- 


30. 


Swaging and shaping, 




ing, curbing, 


9. 


Swivel-making, 


23. 


Cutting and bending — 


31. 


Welding — 


24. 


Automatic feed — 


33. 


Dies, 


25. 


Link-assembling, 


34. 


Holding devices, 


18. 


Feeding, cutting, bend- 


32. 


Rotary feed, 




ing, welding, 


10. 


Weldless — 


19. 


Feeding, cutting, bend- 


12. 


Blanks and processes, 




ing, wrapping, 


11. 


Link separation. 


26. 


Winding and welding, 


78. 


Chains — 


28. 


Curbing, 


93. 


Attachments — 


3. 


Loop-interlocked, 

47626—08 3 


94. 


Hooks and grabs, 

1 



Class 59. Continued. 





Chains- 




70. 


Elastic, 




84. 


Links 


•10 


85. 


Detachable — 




ST. 


Double-lap 


"ill. 


ss. 


Pivoted, 




89. 


Pivoted closure, 


51 


Sli. 


Shackles, 


38 


90. 


One-piece — 




m. 


Sheet-metal, 




92. 


Wrapped and twisted, 


39. 


80. 


Ornamental — 




82. 


Links, 


40. 


SI. 


Multistrand roller, 




95. 


Swivels, 


41. 


S3. 


Wire. 




36. 


Horseshoe-mnking — 


42 


56. 


Bending, 


43. 


62. 


Blanks and bars — 




63. 


Rolling- 


55. 


64. 


Processes, 




65. 


Calk and clip bending, 


60. 




forming, sharpening, 


61. 




welding, 


57. 


66. 


Calk-making — 


58. 


67. 


Blanks and bars. 


59. 


69. 


Calks, 




68. 


Processes, 


96. 


37. 


Combined machines — 


97. 


52. 


Bending and shaping — 


98. 


53. 


Reciprocating d i e - 
block, 


99. 


54. 


Rotary die-block, 


70 


44. 


Bending, shaping, 


71 




punching and creas- 


77 




ing— 


75 


45. 


Reciprocating jaw or 


76 




die-block — 


73 


46. 


Reciprocating 






punch and creaser, 


74 


47. 


Rotary die-block — 




48. 


Rotary punch and 
creaser, 


72 



Horseshoe-making 
Combined-machines 

Cutting, bending, shap- 
ing 
Reciprocating d i'e - 

block, 
Rotary die-block, 
Cutting, bending, shap- 
ing, punching and 
creasing — 
Calk and clip bending 

and forming, 
Reciprocating jaw or 
die-block — 
Reciprocating 
punch and creaser, 
Rotary die-block — 
Rotary punch and 
creaser, 
Shaping, punching, and 
creasing, 
Dies and tools, 
Processes, 

Punching and creasing, 
Swaging and shaping, 
Trimming and b u r - r e- 
moving. 
Key-holders — 
Flexible, 
One-piece, 

Rotary and sliding clo- 
sures. 
Ox-shoe making. 
Staple-making — 
Blanks and processes, 
Cutting and bending — 

Rotary former, 
Cutting, bending, barb- 
ing, 
Cutting, bending, point- 
forming, 
Sheet-metal. 



Class 85.— DRIVEN, HEADED, AND SCREW-THREADED 
FASTENINGS, (xiii.) 

(For definitions see Supplement No. 3, p. 2694.) 



Subclasses. 


Bolts— 




Nails, spikes, and tacks — 


Expanding-core, 


22. 


Threaded and indented 


4. Expanding-sleeve — 




wire. 


8. Double wedge, 


32. 


Nuts— 


Heads, 


33. 


Adjustable-thread, 


Lapped, 


34. 


Blanks, 


Pivoted end-lock, 


35. 


Capped, 


Threadless — 


36. 


Threadless, 


Axial-wedge, 


36.5. Turnbuckles. 


Key-lock — 


53. 


Ornamental heads — 


Bifurcated. 


55. 


Clip-attached, 


Nails, spikes, and tacks — 


54. 


Molded, 


Barbed and indented, 


56. 


Screw-attached. 


Double-ended, 


37. 


Rivets- 


Glaziers' points, 


38. 


Divided, 


Heads — 


39. 


Double-clench, 


Pronged, 


40. 


Hollow. 


Horseshoe-nails, 


41. 


Screws — 


Locking devices — 


43. 


Countersinking, 


Point-spreaders, 


42. 


Double-ended, 


Rail-flange, 


44. 


Drive, 


Rail-tread, 


45. 


Driving-contacts, 


Transverse-key, 


46. 


Threads — 


Longituclyially-ribbed, 


47. 


Interrupted, 


Multiple-pronged, 


48. 


Rolled. 


Points — 


49. 


Staples. 


Deflecting, 


50. 


Washers — 


Sheet-metal, 


52. 


Ornamental, 


Spiral-shank, 


51. 


Removable. 


String-nails, 






Tacks- 






Strips, 







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DIVISION XIII.— Continued. 



CLASS 90.— GEAR-CUTTING, MILLING, 
(xm.) 



AND PLANING. 



(For definitions see Supplement No. 2, p. 2550.) 



Subclasses. 



1. Gear-cutting- 



2. 


Intermeshing generator, 


8. 


Reciprocating cutter— 


10. 


Templet-guide, 


9. 


Tooth-curve generating, 


3. 


Rotating cutter — 


7. 


Axially-traveling, 


5. 


Bevel-gears, 


6. 


Blank-pillar and cutter- 
slide, 
Helical gears. 


4. 


56. 


Indexing — 


57. 


Index-heads. 


11. 


Milling- 


16. 


Adjustable cutter-axis — 


17. 


Angular, 




Movable cutter-axis — 


14. 


Axial, 


15. 


Lateral, 


13. 


Pattern-controller, 


12. 


Portable — 


12.; 


Valve-refitting, 


18. 


Stationary cutter-axis— 


20. 


Rotating work-holder, 


19. 


Vertical, 


23. 


Tail-stocks, 


21. 


Work-feeds — 


22. 


B a c k 1 a s h-compensa- 




tors. 


24. 


Planing— 


33. 


Broaching, 




Curved surfaces- 


30. 


Cycloids, 


31. 


Laterally - moving cut- 




ter, 


32. 


Laterally-moving work, 


29. 


Roll-grooving, 




Planers— 


34. 


Reci p rocati ng-bed — 


37. 


Cross-rails, 



Planing — 
Planers — 
Reciprocating-bed — 
Rack-drive, 
Screw-drive, 
Reciprocating-cutter — 
Horizontal — 
Crank-drive, 
Oscillating link 

drive. 
Rack-drive, 
Screw-drive, 
Vertical — 
Crank-drive— 

Inverted, 
Rack-drive — 
Inverted, 
Reversing mechanisms, 
Tool-feeds— 
Clutch-boxes, 
Stop mechanisms, 
Tool-heads — 
Cutter-lifters, 
O s c i 1 1 a ting double 

cutter, 
Pivoted cutter re- 
lease, 
Soft-metal — 
Cylindrical stereotypes, 
Double-rack cutter- 
drive, 
Roller-feed. 
Work-holders — 
Machine-vises— 
Angularly-adjus table 
jaws. 
Work-tables. 



Class 205.— METAL-DRAWING, (xm.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 6, p. 8.) 



Subclasses. 



Appliances- 
Tags, 
Tongs. 

Bars and tubes — 
Backing-mandrel, 
By thrust, 
Hydraulic-drive, 

8. Processes, 

6. Screw-drive. 
25. Die-holders. 
20. Dies— 

27. Skelping, 

28. Welding, 

29. Wire. 

9. Tube-welding— . 
11. Die and mandrel, 



Tube-welding — 
10. Laterally-movable draw- 
head, 

12. Processes. 

16. Wire— 

17. Covering — 

18. Processes, 

20. Drawing-drums, 

19. Lubricating, 

13. Multiple-die— 

14. Tandem, 

15. Rotary, 

21. Processes. 

1. Miscellaneous. 

2. Processes. 



Class. 78.— METAL FORGING AND WELDING, (xm.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 10, p. 4.) 





Subclasses. 




1. 


Forging— 
Anvils — 




Forging— 


5. 




Power hammers an 


7. 


Attachments — 




presses — 


8. 


Vises, 


14. 


Pipe-swaging, 


6. 


Special work, 


34. 


Revolving-hammer, 


3. 


Anvil-vises — 


35. 


Screw-operated, 


4. 


Foot, 


15. 


Shrinking, 


9. 


Billet-piercing— 


36. 


Sliding-head — 


10. 


Fixed mandrel, 


37. 


Adjustable guides, 


12. 


Processes, 


38. 


Cam-operated, 


11. 


Rotary mandrel or bil- 


39. 


Crank-operated — 




let, 


40. 


Cushioned, 


60. 


Dies— 


41. 


Toggle-operated, 


64. 


Carriage-irons — 


16. 


Spoke-securing, 


65. 


Axles and axle-boxes, 


19. 


Traveling, 


66. 


Clips and shackles, 


17. 


Upsetting, 


67. 


Fifth-wheels, 


81. 


Processes, 


68. 


King-bolts, 


46. 


Riveting- 


70. 


Eyebars and eyebolts, 


47. 


Calking, 


72. 


Leather-workers' irons, 


48. 


Machines- 


68.5 


Plow and cultivator 


51. 


Pipe, 




irons, 


52. 


Plate-clamping, 


73. 


Railway-car irons — 


53. 


Rotating-tool, 


74. 


Axles and axle-boxes, 


49. 


Special, 


75. 


Draw-bars and coup- 


50. 


Work-supported, 




lings, 


54. 


Riveted joints, 


76. 


Railway-track irons, 


55. 


Tire-upsetting — 


77. 


Spinners' and weavers' 


56. 


Circumferential, 




irons, 


57. 


Pivoted-clamp— 


78. 


Springs and spring- 


58. 


Single-lever, 




clips, 


59. 


Sliding-clamp, 


79. 


Turnbuckles, 


45. 


Toothed articles. 


61. 


Upsetting- 


103. 


Mandrels. 


62. 


Heading bars, 


82. 


Welding — 


63. 


Tubular articles, 


92. 


Processes — 


80. 


Wheels, 


95. 


Blooms, 


13. 


Power hammers and 


93. 


Dissimilar metals, 




presses — 


94. 


Rings and tubes, 


44. 


Anvils, 


90. 


Rolling, 


43. 


Cushioned elements, 


83. 


Tubes — 


18. 


Die-inclosed work, 


84. 


Cross-weld — 


25. 


Drop — 


85. 


Rolling, 


26. 


Cam-lift— 


89. 


End-closing, 


27. 


Sliding-head, 


87. 


Rolling- 


28. 


Crank-lift, 


88. 


Rolls and mandrel, 


29. 


Friction-lift, 


86. 


Spiral-weld, 


30. 


Winding-lift, 


91. 


Welding strips. 


42. 


Fluid-operated, 


96. 


Work -handling mechai 


20. 


Hammer-anvil — 




ism — 


21. 


Cam-operated— 


99. 


Blank-feeding, 


22. 


Adjustable dies, 


98. 


Feeding and rotating, 


23. 


Helved, 


100. 


Shifting, 


31. 


Helved — 


101. 


Supports — 


32. 


Crank-operated, 


102. 


Tables, 


33. 


Olivers, 


97. 


Wire or strip feeding. 


24. 


Multiple-hammer, 







Class 80— METAL-ROLLING, (xm.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 5, p. 3.) 



Subclasses. 



Annular bodies. 
Axial-rolling — 
Pattern-rolls. 
Cooling-beds. 
Concave and roll. 
Cutting and rolling. 
Die-rolling— 
Advancing and receding 

rolls, 
Blank feeding and gaging, 
Continuous, 
Oscillating rolls, 
Recurrent-pattern, 
Three or more coacting 
rolls. 
Drawing and rolling. 
Feeding- 
Guides and conductors- 
Loop- return, 
Work-rotating, 
Tables— 
Horizontally and verti- 
cally movable, 
Horizontally-movable, 
Shifters— 
Horizontally and ver- 
tically movable car- 
rier, 
Swinging carrier, 
Vertically-movable. 
Gearing. 

Heating and rolling. 
Housings. 
Mills- 
Auxiliary supporting- 
rolls, 



Mills— 

32. Coiling, 

35. Continuous— 

36. Inclined trains, 

37. Loop-return, 

40. Idle rolls, 

34. Three or more coacting 

rolls, 
39. Three-high, 

33. Work-reversing. 
1. Miscellaneous. 

19. Platen and roll. 

20. Platen-rolling— 

21. Disk platens. 

60. Processes— 

66. Flanged bars, 
65. Reworking, 
63. Rods and wires, 

61. Screw-threads, 

62. Tubes. 
17. Reworking. 

56. Roll adjustments— 

57. Relief devices. 

41. Roll cooling and heating. 

58. Rolls— 

59. Pass arrangement. 

6. Screw-threads— 

7. Concave and roll, 

8. Platen-rolling— 
9 Dies, 

10. Rods and wires. 

11. Tubes— 

13. Axial-rolling, 

12. Idle rolls, 

14. Segmental rolls, 

15. Skelping. 

16. Wheels and disks. 



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DIVISION XIII.— Continued. 



CLASS 70. Ml'.TAI TOOLS \ND lMl'l.KMKNTS. 
(XIII.) 

I For definitions see Bulletin No. 15, p. 6.) 



MAKING 





Subclasses 


101. 


Blanks and processes- 




102. 


Augers, 


47 


103. 


Axes, hammers, and 


48. 




hatchets, 


49. 


104. 


Cutlery- 


50. 


105. 


Forks and spoons, 
Hollow handles, 


46. 


100. 




107. 


Dies, 


75. 


108. 


Prills. 


76. 


109. 


Hoes, mattocks, and 


77. 




picks, 


81. 


110. 


Koys. 


74. 


111. 


Pitchforks and rakes, 


58. 


112. 


Saws. 


73. 


113. 


Shovels, 




114. 


Wrenches. 


65. 


82. 


Cutting sharpeners- 
Butchers' steels, 


63. 


84. 


64. 


88. 


Cutter and guide- 


61. 


89. 


Disk, 


62. 




Multiple cutter — 


59. 


86. 


Converging- 




87. 


Disks, 


70. 


85. 


Rotary, 


68. 


83. 


Skate. 


69. 


90. 


Dies- 


66. 


91. 


Augers, 


67.. 


92. 


Axes, hammers,- and 


60. 




hatchets, 


71. 


93. 


Cutlery- 


72. 


94. 


Forks and spoons, 




95. 


Drills, 




96. 


Hoes, mattocks, and 


30. 




picks, 


31. 


97. 


Pitchforks and rakes, 


34. 


98. 


Pliers and tongs, 


36. 


99. 


Shovels, 




100. 


Wrenches. 


32. 


12. 


File-cutting — 


35. 


20. 


Beds and clamps, 


33. 


21. 


Cutter-heads, 




22. 


Feeding — 


37. 


23. 


Screw-operated, 


45. 


17. 


Idle cutter, hammer-op- 


44. 




erated— 


40. 


18. 


Blow-controlled, 


42. 


19. 


Pressers, 




24. 


Processes, 


41. 


13. 


Rasp-punching, 


43. 


14. 


Swaging, 




15. 


Trip-operated cutter — 


38. 


16. 


Blow-controlled. 
Machines — 


39. 


2. 


Auger- 


26. 


3. 


Clearing and lip -cut- 


27. 




ting, 


51. 


11. 


Blank-splitting, 


57. 


4. 


Die-forming, 


54. 


5. 


Drill forming and sharp- 
ening, 


55. 


6. 


Eye-headed tool- 


52. 


7. 


Ax— 




8. 


Adjustable header, 


53. 


9. 


Socket, strap, and tang 

tool, 
Wrench. 


56. 


10. 


28. 


1. 


Miscellaneous. 


29. 


25. 


Saw-making — 


80. 


78. 


Clamps — 




79. 


Center-supports, 





Saw-making— 
Dressing and jointing- 
Circular saw, 
Compressing, 
Rotary tool, 
Dressing, jointing, and 

gaging, 
Feeding — 
Clamp-feed, 
Tooth-engaging feed, 
Gages, 
Guides, 
Setting — 
Anvil set, 
Pivoted set — 
Idle, 
Lever-operated— 

Pliers, 
Multiple, 
Trip, 
Rotary set, 
Sliding set- 
Idle, 
Lever-operated— 

Pliers, 
Multiple, 
Trip. 
Screw-operated set, 
Spring set, 
Swage set, 
Sharpening and gum- 
ming — 
Die-cutting, 
Reciprocating tool— 
Clamp-feed, 
File holders and 

guides, 
Gin-saws, 

Tooth-engaging feed, 
Traveling tool - car- 
riage, 
Rotating tool- 
Disks and cutters, 
Milling, 
Pivoted gate, 
Pivoted s a w - c a r- 

riago, 
Sliding gate, 
Sliding saw-car- 
riage, 
Spiral, 

Switch-cam feed, 
Stretching- 
Hammer, 
Roller, 
Swaging— 
Anvils, 
Cam-swage, 
Idle swage, 
Pivoted swage— 

Lever-operated, 
Sliding swage— 

Lever-operated. 
Tools, 
Tooth-forming— 
Chisel-cutting, 
Die-cutting, 
Tooth-insertors. 



Class 29.— METAL-WORKING, (xm.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 15, p. 11.) 





Subclasses 




84. 


Assembling — 




Blanks and processes — 
Gears, pulleys, tires, and 


85. 


Axle, pin, and collar 


159. 




presses — 
Fluid-operated, 




wheels, 


86. 


160. 


Grilles, 


87. 


Spoked wheels, 


161. 


Knobs and knob- 


88. 


Staking watches and 




shanks, 




clocks, 


162. 


Lined pipes and tanks, 


89. 


Work-holders. 


163. 


Musical vibrators, 


148. 


Blanks and processes — 


164. 


Railway-car irons — 


149. 


Beams and rails, me- 


166. 


Axle-boxes, 




chanically capped, 


165. 


Axles, 


150. 


Braces and brackets, 


167. 


Couplings and draw- 


151. 


Bridge-irons, 




bars, 


152. 


Carriage-irons — 


168. 


Wheels, 


154. 


Axle boxes and skeins, 


169. 


Railway-track irons, 


153. 


Axles, 


170. 


Spinners' and weavers' 


155. 


Columns and girders, 




irons— 


156. 


Ferrules, rings], and 


171. 


Spinning-rings, 




thimbles, 


172. 


Spring-head clips, 


157. 


Gas and water fittings- 


173. 


Springs, 


158. 


Traps, 


174. 


Spoked wheels, 



Class 29.— Continued . 



175. 
176. 
177. 
178. 

179. 

90. 
33. 
57, 
65. 

34. 

35. 

52, 



54. 



50. 

26. 
27. 
28. 

29. 

30. 

31. 

32. 

95. 

96. 

98. 
101. 

99. 

97. 
100. 
106. 
102. 
103. 
104. 
105. 

76. 

77. 

78. 

80. 

79. 
107. 

111. 
112. 
114. 
115. 
113. 
116. 
117. 
118. 
119. 
120. 
121. 
122. 
123. 
124. 
126. 
127. 



Blanks and processes— 
Turnbuckles, 
Velocipede-irons, 
Watchos and clocks- 
Arbors, pinions, and 

balances, 
Cases, crowns, and 
pendants. 
Burnishing. 
Combined machines- 
Attachments, 
Carriage stop mechan- 
isms, 
Forging, bending, cut- 
ting, and punching, 
Forging and rolling, 
Multiple-tool holder- 
Axial tool and trans- 
verse 1 y-movable 
slide-rest— 
Rotary tool-spindle, 
Laterally-m o v a b 1 e 

stock-holder, 
Longitudinally and 
transversely mov- 
able- 
Rotary tool-spindle, 
Oscillating tool, 
Speed-controllers, 
Stock and blank feed- 
ers — 
Advancing stock-sup- 
port, 
Magazine, 
Reciprocating grip- 

per— 
Sleeve, 
Roller, 
Turret— 
Blank-turret, 
Multiple turret, 
Stock-turret, 
Tool-turret — 
Cam-operated — 
Longitudinal tur- 
ret-axis, 
Transverse turret- 
axis, 
Fluid-operated, 
Lever-operated, 
Rack-and-pinion op- 
erated, 
Rotary tool-holder, 
Screw-operated, 
Sliding tool-holder, 
Turrets, 

Turret rotating and 
locking— 
Frictional and posi- 
tive, 
Positive, 
Type of machine— 
Drill-press, 
Lathe — 
Grinding attach- 
ment, 
Pulley and wheel. 
Planer, 

Vise, drill, etc.— 
Anvil-attached. 
Cutters- 
Inserted blade- 
Angular adjustment, 
Arc, 

Lateral offset, 
Multiple, 
Vertical offset, 
Lubricators, 
Profiled circular blade, 
Rotary- 
Gang, 

Inserted tooth. 
Filing — 
File-blank strippers, 
Files and rasps- 
Holders, 
Sectional. 
Machine-chucks and tool- 
sockets — 
Bevel-closing — 
Advancing jaw, 
Axial draw-screw, 
Axial thrust-screw, 
Receding jaw, 
Rotating ring — 

Advancing jaw, 
Screw-cap— 

Conical, 
Screw-ring — 
Advancing jaw, 
Receding jaw, 
Sliding ring, 
Cam-closing — 
Scroll- 
Bevel pinion and 
ring, 



tool- 



128. 
125. 

108. 

107.5. 

146. 

147. 

129. 

130. 

131. 

139. 

109. 
141. 
145. 
142. 
144. 
143. 
110. 
140. 

132. 

135. 

137. 
133. 
134. 

138. 



182. 

186. 
183. 
184. 
185. 

188. 

189. 
187. 



Machine-chucks and 
sockets- - 
Cam-closing— 
Scroll- 
Conical, 
Worm and w o r m- 
wheel, 
Eccentric, 

Indexed work-grips, 
Indicators, 
Jaws, 

Lever-closing— 
Cone, 
Toggle, 
Longitudinal screw- 
clamp, 
Self-alining, 
Sockets- 
Detent, 
Multiple, 
Split, 
Wedge, 
Tang-end drive, 
Transversely - oscillating 

jaw, 
Transverse screw -clos- 
ing- 
Opposite coupled 
jaws- 
Interlocking, 
Radial screw-jaw— 
Bevel pinion and 
ring, 
Transverse wedged jaw. 

66. Metal-breakers. 

180. Metal stock— 

181. Compound — 
Bars and tubes, 

Piles and fagots — 
Box and scrap, 
Parallel bars — 

Railroad-rails, 
Tubular, 
Processes — 
Compound bars and 

tubes, 
Compound plate, 
Tube and plate, inter- 
locked joint. 
1. Miscellaneous. 

91. Reels— 

92. Coil-stripping, 

93. Retractile arm, 

94. Revolving coiler, 

67. Sawing— 

68. Band-saw, 

69. Circular saw- 
Multiple, 
Rim-driven, 

Oscillating saw, 
Reciprocating saw— 
Hand-driven, 
Vertical. 
81. Scale removers and pre- 
venters. 
Sharpening — 
Edge-serrating, 
Swaging. 
Special work — 
Battery-grid making, 
Buckle-making, 
Button-fastener making, 
Comminuting metal, 
Cotter-pin making, 
Crank-shaft making, 
Eyebolt and hook mak- 
ing, 
Finger-ring forming and 

sizing, 
Fish-hook making, 
Gem and jewel setting, 
Hinge making and as- 

semblin 
Lacing-stud making, 
Paper-fastener making, 
Plow and cultivator 

irons, making, 
Puddlers' balls, working, 
Railway-chair making, 
Sheet-metal and foil 
manufacture- 
Processes— 
Pack manipulation, 
Spectacle-frame mik- 
ing, 
Stereotype-plate . finish- 
ing, 
Tire upsetting, cutting, 

punching, etc., 
Toothed -cylinder mak- 
ing, 
23.5.. Turbine-blade making, 

24. " Type finishing and 

grooving, 

25. Umbrella-frame mak- 

ing. 



70. 
71. 
72. 
73. 
75. 
74. 



82. 
83. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

4.5. 

5. 

6. 

7. 



9. 
10. 
11. 

12. 
13. 
14. 

15. 
16. 

17. 

18. 
19. 
20. 

21. 

22. 

23. 



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DIVISION XIII.— Continued. 



Class 163.— NEEDLE AND PIN MAKING, (xra. 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 6, p. 8.1 



1. Needle-making— 

2. Knitting-needles— 

3. Tongued, 
5. Processes, 

4. Rotary blank-carrier 



Subclasses. 

8. Assorting and packaging 
needles and pins. 

6. Pin-making— 

7. Safety-pins. 



Class 82— TURNING, (xra.) 
(For definitions see Supplement No. 2, p. 2537.) 





Subclasses. 


11. 


Axial pattern- 




Lathes — 


12. 


Pivoted tool-rest, 


3. 


Multiple, 


13. 


Profiled cutter, 


4. 


Portable, 


14. 


Templet-guide. 


7. 


Pulley, 


45. 


Centerers— 


5. 


Screw-cutting— 


46. 


Cam-closing, 


5. 


>. Swinging feed-nut and 


47. 


Coupled V-jaws , 




tool-bar, 


48. 


Hollow-cone, 


31. 


Tail-stocks, 


40. 


Pivoted lever and cone, 


8. 


Wheel and axle. 


50. 


Pivoted link. 


1. 


Miscellaneous. 


2. 


Lathes- 


18. 


Pattern-section— 


34. 


Attachments, 


19. 


Cam-controlled cutter. 


32. 


Beds, 




Rests- 


6. 


Bench, 


36. 


Tool— 


21. 


Carriage-feeds— 


37. 


Tool-posts, 


22. 


Apron mechanism — 


35. 


Tool and work, 


23. 


Feed-nut controllers, 


38. 


Work— 


26. 


Change-gears, 


39. 


Center-rests. 


27. 


Feed screws and rods, 




Tapers- 


24. 


Slide-rests— 


15. 


Offset work-axis, 


25. 


Multiple tool-sup- 




Transversely-shifted cut- 




port, 




ter — 


33. 


Centers, 


16. 


Gear-controlled, 


9. 


Crank and crank-pin — 


17. 


Templet-controlled. 


10. 


Oscillating work, 


40. 


Work-drivers — 


28. 


Head-stocks— 


41. 


Lathe-dogs— 


29. 


Speed-changing gear, 


42. 


Cam-grip, 


30. 


Spindles and bearings, 


43. 


Mandrels- 


20. 


Hollow cutter-head, 


44. 


Expansible 









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DIVISION XIV. 



EXAMINER MAXSON. 



GLASSES. 7, Compound Tools; 164, Cutting and Punching Sheets and Bars; 168, Farriery; 153, Metal- 
Bending; 201, Metal-Ornamenting; 113, Sheet-Metal Ware: Making; 81, Tools; 140, Wire-Working. 



Class 7. 


COMPOUND 


TOOLS. (XIV.) 




Class 164- 


■Cont 


inued. 


(For deflnil 


ions see Supplement No. l, p. 25S3.) 




Punching— 






Punching— 










Machines- 






Machines — 




Subclasses. 




Gang— 




99. 


Roller- 


15. Solders— 






Type- 


93. 


Pattern, 




100. 


Printing-press at 


1U. Pivoted tools. 




10. 


Miner's candlestick, 


94. 


Hammer, 






tachments, 


i. Miscellaneous— 




7. 


Monkey-wrench, 


95. 


Hydraulic, 




101. 


Screw-operated, 


2. Integral. 




3. 


Pliers- 


96. 


Lever-operated— 




102. 


Shaft-driven— 


Tvpe— 




4. 


Modified handles — 


97. 


Foot, 




107. 


Safety devices, 


12. Crowbar, 




5. 


Pivoted a u x iliary 


9S. 


Printers' rules, 




104. 


Stop devices — 


14. Fork, 






tools, 


111. 


Punch-selector— 




105. 


Shaft -clutch, 


S. Hammer— 




11. 


Pocket-knife, 


112. 


Ke. y b o a r d - 


c o n- 


108. 


Stroke adjustments, 


9. Fixed-form. 




6. 


Scissors. 




trolled— 




103. 


Tilting-frame, 


13. Handsaw, 








113. 


Electrically 


-op- 


110. 


Strippers and hold 










erated, 






downs. 








114. 


Patter n-c 
trolled — 


o n - 


109. 
108. 


Tie-band tongue, 
Tube, 








115. 


Electri c a 1 1 y 


-op- 


125. 


Processes, 












erated, 




124. 


Punches. 



Class 164. 



-CUTTING AND PUNCHING SHEETS AND BARS, 
(xiv. 1 

(For definitions see Supplement No. 2, p. 2545.) 



Cutting — 
Machines — 

Reciprocating-cutter— 
Draw-cut— 
S e p a r a tely-oper- 
ated clamp, 
Fluid-operated, 
Gages, 

Lever-operated, 
Notched-work, 
Separately - operated 
clamp, 

Work-feeding— 
Roller-feed, 
Rotary-cutter— 
Curved platework, 
Cutters, 
Notched-work, 
Rotary work-man- 
drel, 
Slitters and wind- 
ers, 
Transverse — 
Work-feeding— 
Printing - press 
attachments, 
Work-feeding— 
' Recipro eating 
feeder, 
Sweep-cutter— 

Elliptical work, 
Traveling-cutter car- 
riage— 
Motor-driven cut- 
ter- 
Reciprocating, 
Rotary, 
Roller-knife. 
Expanded metal- 
Reciprocating, 
Rolling. 
Fence- barbs- 
Cutters and dies — 

Roller, 
Processes. 
Printers' leads. 
Punching— 
Implements- 
Pivoted handles — 
Pliers- 
Turret, 
Traveling-roller, 
Machines- 
Dies and die-holders, 
Feeding and punch- 
ing— 
Reciprocating-feed, 
Roller -feed, 
Feed mechanisms — 

Reciprocating, 
Gang— 
Lever-operated— 
Foot, 





Subclasses. 


1. 


Buttonholes- 




3. 


Knives, 




2. 


Machines, 




4. 


Pliers- 




5. 


Modified scissors, 


55. 


0. 


Scissors attachments. 




11. 


Combined machines- 


56. 


13. 


Die cutting and punch- 


59. 




ing, 


57. 


14. 


Pivoted knife-carrier, 


50. 


15. 


Reciprocating knife-car- 
rier, 


52. 


16. 


Roller-cutter and punch, 


48. 


12. 


Work-feeding. 


49. 


17. 


Cutting- 


60. 


IS. 


Die— 


63. 


29. 


Dies— 


70. 


31. 


Adjustable-face, 


64. 


33. 


Blank-ejecting, 


69. 


32. 


Multiple concentric, 




30. 


Spiral-strip-cutting, 


65. 


19. 


Machines — 


66. 
68. 
67. 


23. 


Reciprocating cross- 




head— 


24. 


Shifting dies, 


25. 


Reciprocating-p lun- 


61. 




ger- 


62. 


26. 


Lever- operated . 




27. 


Screw-operated, 


71. 
72. 
73. 


28. 


Roller-die, 


20. 


Work-feeding— 


21. 


Reciprocating 




feeder, 


74. 


22. 


Roller-feed, 


80. 


Implements — 


75. 


81. 


Pliers, 


76. 


82. 


Sweep, 


77. 


S3. 


Traveling— 




84. 


Roller-cutter, 


6.5 


34. 


■ Machines— 


6.6 


35. 


Band-knife, 


7. 


""8. 


Cutting-tables— 


8. 


79. 


W ork-clamping, 


9. 


36. 


Fixed-cutter— 


10. 


37. 


Spiral-strip, 


10.5 


38. 


Work-feeding— 


85. 


39. 


Roller-feed, 


119. 


40. 


Oscillating apert u r e d 


120. 




cutters, 


121. 


11. 


Pivoted-cutter— 


122. 


44. 


Lever-operated— 


123. 


46. 


Compound -lever- 


86. 




age, 


118. 


45. 


Work-clamping, 


87. 


13. 


Transverse, 




42. 


Work -feeding, 


88. 


47. 


Reciprocating-cutter— 


89. 


51. 


Automatic-clamp, 


116. 


58. 


Cutters and bed- 


117. 




blocks, 


90. 


53. 


Draw-cut— 


91. 


54. 


Automatic-clamp, 


92. 



Class 168— FARRIERY, (xiv.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 17, p. 36.) 



Subcla 
Calks— 
Creeper-sections, 
Removable- 
Bolt, 

Bolt and lug, 
Clamped, 
Dovetailed, 
Hooked lug and pin, 
Hooked lug and wedge 
Nail-calks, 
Tenoned— 
Button-head, 
Cross-pinned, 
Friction, 
Screw-threaded, 
Wedged. 
Overshoes- 
Medicating, 
Swamp. 
Shoeing-stands. 
Shoes- 
Auxiliary tread-plate, 
Cushioned— 
Interference-pads, 
Soft-tread— 

Sole-pad, 
Spring-heels, 



Shoes- 
Fastenings— 
Boots, 

Clamped sections. 
Inclined-flange, 
Nails and screws, 
Side spurs, 
Toe and heel straps, 

Hoof-spreading— 
Hinged sections — 
Spring, 

Stretching-bar, 
Wedge, 

Ox, 

Shape, 

Weights. 
Sole-pads — 

Elastic, 

Medicating. 
Tools— 

Calk-sharpeners, 

Hoof and shoe expanders, 

Hoof cleaners and trim- 
mers, 

Nail-clenchers. 



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DIVISION XIV.— Continued. 



Class 153.— METAL-BENDING, (xiv.) 




Class 113.— SHEET-METAL WARE. MAKING (xiv.) 


(For definitions see Supplement No. 1, p, 2603.) 




(For definitions see Bulletin No. 12, p. 8.) 


Subclasses. 




Subclasses 




11. Angular — 


32. 


Curving or straightening— 




Bottle-capping — 




Soldering — 


12. Combined reciprocating 


62. 


Boiler-formers, 


2. 


Die- 




Cans — 


bender and pivoted 


33. 


Combined reciprocating 


3. 


Fillers and forcers, 




Cap- 
Rotary chuck — 


side-shaper, 




bender and pivoted side- 


4. 


Sectional, 




13. Combined reciprocating 




shaper, 


5. 


Rotary tool, 


86. 


Rotary table-car- 


bender and sliding side- 


34. 


Combined reciprocating 


6. 


Strap-compressor. 




rier, 


shaper, 




bender and sliding side- 


7. 


Can-making machines — 


87. 


Rotary tool — 


15. Pivoted bender — 




shaper, 


8. 


Body-forming and side- 


88. 


Endless-chain car- 


16. Bed-clamped work — 


63. 


Flexible cores, 




seaming — 




rier, 


17. Multiple side — 


37. 


Flier-frame, 


11. 


Blank-feeding, 


89. 


Rotary table - car- 


18. Inclosed forms, 


39. 


Pivoted bender — 


9. 


Soldering— 




rier, 


19. Rotary, 


40. 


Bender-attached work — 


10. 


Blank-feeding, 


90. 


Shifting tray, 


20. Bender-attached work, 


41. 


Beading and curving, 


30. 


Head-applying — 


91. 


Tipping, 


21. Reciprocating bender — 


42. 


Beading or tube-form- 


31. 


Sectional guide, 


80. 


Cap-preparing, solder- 


2S. Bed-clamped work— 




ing, 




Head feeding and ap- 




affixing, and gasket- 


26. Rotary, 


43. 


Traveling bed, 




plying— 




applying, 


27. Rotary bending-head, 


44. 


Opposing jaws, 




Body-feeding — 


67. 


Head-seam — 


22. Inclosed forms, 


45. 


Sweep-arm — 


26. 


Chute, 


68. 


Axial rolling, 


23. Pan-shaped dies, 


46. 


Stationary clamped 


27. 


Endless - chain car- 


78. 


Bath, 


24. Screw-operated, 




work, 




rier, 


79. 


Flame, 


28. Roll— 


47. 


Variable die-face, 


28. 


Rotary drum - car - 




Rotary chuck — 


29. Flanging— 


48. 


Reciprocating bender — 




rier, 


69. 


Bath, 


31. Pivoted table, 


50. 


Automatic bend-detec- 


29. 


Rotary table-carrier, 




Endless-chain car- 


30. Tinners' rolls. 




tor, 




Head-seaming — 




rier — 


9. Beading and crimping rolls. 


49. 


Inclosed forms, 


16. 


Die- 


72. 


Bath, 


1. Binding and covering— 


52. 


Laterally-traveling, 


17. 


Axial rolling, 


73. 


Flame, 


1.5. Shoe-lace tipping. 


53. 


Screw-operated, 


18. 


Sectional, 


74. 


Soldering-iron, 


64. Coiling— 


51. 


Variable die-face, 


14. 


Feeding and applying, 


70. 


Flams, 


65. Shunt-guide, 


54. 


Roll— 


15. 


Rip-seam making, 




Rotary table -car- 


66. Spiral die, 


56. 


Angle-bar— 


19. 


Roller- 




rier — 


67. Traveling guide or man- 


57. 


Sectional rolls, 




Rotary chuck — 


75. 


Bath, 


drel. 


58. 


Barrel-shaped, 


22. 


Laterally-rock i n g 


76. 


Flame, 


2. Combined operations— 


59. 


Edge-curling, 




tool-holder, 


77. 


Soldering-iron, 


3. Angular bending and 


61. 


Inclosed-work releas- 


20. 


Pattern-controlled 


71. 


Soldering-iron, 


curving— 




ing, 




tool — 


60. 


Side-seam — 


4. Pivoted bender — 


55. 


Hoop, 


21. 


Automatic 




Endless-chain c a r - 


5. Changeable former, 


60. 


Skewed, 




clutch, 




rier— 


6. Angular bending and 


35. 


Stretching, 


23. 


Stationary seam- 


61. 


Bath, 


twisting, 


38. 


Three-point jacks, 




ing-tool, 


62. 


Soldering-iron, 


7. Curving and corrugat- 


36. 


Traveling flexible core. 




Stationary chuck — 


63. 


Reciprocating car- 


ing— 


10. 


Miscellaneous. 




Rotary seam i n g - 




rier, 


8. Hammer-action. 




Pipe expanders and Hang- 




tool- 




Rotary table -car- 


68. Corrugating— 




ers — 


24. 


External, 




rier — 


74. Bed and cylinder, 


79. 


Non-traveling— 


25. 


Internal, 


64. 


Bath, 


75. Pivoted bender, 




Internal— 


13. 


Soldering, 


65. 


Flame, 


76. Reciprocating bender, 


80. 


Segmental expander, 


12. 


Side-seaming. 


66 


Soldering-iron, 


77. Roll, 




Traveling- 


38. 


Die-shaping — 


99. 


Clamps — 


69. Tubes— 


81. 


Rotary — 


43. 


Combined machines, 


104. 


Adjustable arms, 


69.5. Elbow-bending, 




Internal— 


42. 


Cutting- 


103. 


Expanding mandrel, 


70. Longitudinal bend, 


82. 


Wedge-feed. 


42.5. Shoe-shank stiffeners, 


102. 


Pipe, 


71. Spiral bend— 


78. 


Twisting. 


39. 


Dental, 


101. 


Trough, 
Vessel, 


72. Roll, 






49. 


Dies and die-holders, 


100. 


73. Transverse bend. 






46. 
50. 


Drawing, 
Ejectors, 


98. 


Coolers, 
Flux-feeders— 








48. 


Expanding die, 


9.5. 


Liquid, 
Solid, 








40. 


Eyelets, 


96. 








44. 


Fillers and forcers, 


92. 


Heat and pressure, 








45. 


Fluid-operated, 


105. 


Irons — 








40.5. Lacing-studs, 


106. 


Capping — 








51. 


Processes, 


107. 


Heaters — 








47. 


Roller and concave, 


108. 


Electric, 








41. 


Rolling hollow bodies. 


109. 


Solder-feeding, 








1. 


Miscellaneous. 


112. 


Processes, 








32. 


Pens and penholders. 




Solder-feeders— 








116. 


Processes. 

Seaming-machjnes — 
Compressing — 


93. 
94. 
110. 


Liquid, 
Solid, 
Solder forms, 








57. 


Die, 


111. 


Tools and appliances, 








58. 


Roller, 


97. 


Wipers. 








54. 


Compressing and fold- 
ing- 


52. 
53. 


Spinning- 
Carriage - feed, pattern- 








55. 


Roofers' carriages, 




controlled. 








56. 


Roofers' tongs. 


33. 


Tube-making— 








59. 


Soldering— 
Cans- 


34. 
35. 


Side-seam compressing, 
Spiral seaming, 








81. 


Cap— 




Transverse seaming— 








82. 


Hermetic, 
Rotary chuck — 


36. 
37. 


Die, 
Roller. 








83. 


Flame, en d less- 


113. 


Work-feeders — 


Class 201.— METAL-OI 


tNAML.-. n\<; xiv 




chain carrier, 


115. 


Can-body, 








84. 


Stationary tool— 


114. 


Cap and head. 


(For definitions see ] 


iulletin :-.... i , i> 


85. 


E n dl e ss-chain 














carrier, 






Subd 


isse 


\ 










3, Die-pressing— 


2. Nurling. 










6. Dies and die-holders, 




Stippling— 










5. Roller and bed, 


7. 


Reciprocating tool, 










4. Roller-die. 


8. 


Rotary tool. 










1. Miscellaneous. 















(38) 



DIVISION XIV.— Continued. 





Class 81. DOOLS 


i\i\ | 


Class 81.— 


Continued. 




(For definitions sea Supplement No. 4. d. 2989.1 


Wronohes — 


Wrenohes 










Sliding adjustments— 


sliding adjust merits 




Stibclt 






150. Shank-grip— 
162. Clutch-yoke, 


Thread 










Non-I r a veil n g 


IS. 


Bending. 




Wrenches 


154. Locking incline, 


screw— 


18. 


Boll holders. 




Hand-grip 


168. Roller-dutch, 


172. Shank -sleeved, 


i). 


Collar-removers. 


7S. 


Plvoted-jaw— 


151. Side-jaw, 


163. Right, and left 


2, 


Combined wrenches and 


79. 


Crossed handles 


l. ").">. Thread— 


threads, 




pumps or oilers. 


80. 


Non-traveling f ill— 


156. Displaceable half- 


164. Rotating threaded 


l. 


Miscellaneous. 




iiiun— 


nut, 


shank, 


10. 


Nut lock. 


SI. 


Pivoted grip- 


157. Displacoablo nut or 


165. Sliding side-jaw, 

173. Traveling-nut— 

174. Threaded handle- 


11. 


rin removers — 




ping-piece, 


screw— 


12. 


Pliers. 


S2. 


Sliding gripping- 


158. Traveling-screw, 


1ST. 


Pine and rod cutters— 




piece, 


shank-rack, 


bar, 


200. 


Jaw attachments, 


83. 


Slotted fulcrum- 


159. Interrupted — 


175. Traveling-screw— 


88. 


Non-traveling, inter- 




guide. 


160. Nut-set— 


176. Shank- rack, 




nal. 


SI. 


Linked jaw and han- 


161. Traveling-nut, 


128. Sliding-jaw, cam-closing, 


196. 


Pivoted — 




dle, 


162. Traveling-screw, 


179. Sliding-jaw face, 


197. 


Cam, 


85. 


Sliding-jaw — 


shank-rack, 


126. Sliding-jaw, handle-lever 


198. 


Handle-jaws, 


86. 


Claw-lever and rack, 


Non-traveling nut— 


grip— 


200. 


Intergeared handles, 
Toggle, 


87. 


Lever and cam feed, 


166. Intermediate— 


127. Claw, 


199. 


88. 


Lever and link feed, 


167. Sliding outer- 


90. Spanners, 


201. 


Sliding— 


89. 


Lever and pawl feed, 


jaw, 


73. (J-crank arm, 


202. 


Cam, 


177. 


Handles and shanks, 


168. Terminal— 


74. Wheel-operated— 


203. 


Head and socket, 


71. 


Inserted— 


169. Sliding outer- 


75. Hub-rim grasp— 

76. Internal. 


204. 


Lever and link, 


72. 


Expanding, 


jaw, 


205. 


Rack and segment, 


186. 


Jaw-faces, 


170. Non-traveling 




189. 


Traveling, external— 


54. 


Machine — 


screw — 




190. 


Gear-operated, 


55. 


Bolt-holding— 


171. Bracket-bearing, 




191. 


Thread-feed— 


56. 


Gear-operated, 






192. 


Rotary-handle, 


57. 


Gear-operated, 






193. 


Traveling, internal — 


91. 


Multiple pivoted jaws, 






194. 


Rotary— 




handle-lever grip, 






195. 


Wedge-feed. 


92. 


Pivoted inner jaw — 






43. 


Pliers and tongs — 


93. 


Nut or screw fulcrum, 






47. 


Crossed handles— 


94. 


Pin-fulcrum — 






48. 


Adjustable-pivot, 


95. 


Roller-jaw — 






50. 


Parallel jaws, 


96. 


Pinion, 






49. 


Pivoted jaw-piece, 


97. 


Spring-pressed, 






51. 


Spring-pressed, 




Pivoted outer jaw — 






44. 


Expanding, 




Fixed fulcrum— 






52. 


Jaw attachments, 


98. 


Non-traveling-jaw — 






45. 


Locked jaws, 


99. 


Spring-pressed, 






46. 


Sliding-jaw. 


100. 


Traveling-jaw — 
Nut-fulcrum, 






3. 


Special — 


101. 






4. 


Engravers' clamps, 


102. 


Rocking-sleeve — 






5. 


Tweezers, 


103. 


Spring-pressed— 






6. 


Watchmakers'— 


104. 


Fulcrum-wash- 






7. 


Jewel-setters, 




er, 






7.5 


Mainspring- wind- 
ers, 


105. 


Sleeve -inclosed 
nut, 






8. 


Ruby-pin setters. 


106. 


Traveling fulcrum — 






13.5 


. Tube inserters and ex- 
tractors. 


110. 


Fulcrum tooth and 
rack, 






14. 


Tweezers. 


109. 


Slotted-guide, 






17. 


Vises — 


107. 


Threaded handle- 






18. 


Hand, 




bar— 






38. 


Jaw attachments — 


108. 


Axially-rotating, 






39. 


Round work, 


111. 


Pivoted side-jaw — . 


Class 140.— WIRE- 


WORKING, (xiv.) 


40. 


Wedge-shaped work, 


112. 


Bevel-closing — 






41. 


Mounts, 


113. 


Axial nut or screw, 


Subclasses. 


32. 
42. 
21. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
22. 
27. 


Nut-operated, 
Parallel mechanisms, 
Pivoted jaw — 

Adjustable-fulcrum— 
Rack, 

Cam, 

Wedge-shaped work, 
Rack-lock— 


115. 
114. 
116. 
117. 
118. 

178. 
119. 


Rotating-ring, 
Screw-ring, 
Wedge, 
Rocking-link, 
Tranverse-screw 
clamp, 
Reversible jaws, 
Rigid jaws — 


31. Attaching card-clothing. 
1. Barbing — 
12. Sheet-metal, 
22. Tools. 

3. Bending. 

4. Bending and coiling. 

5. Bending and twisting. 


Fabrics — 

20. Working. 

21. Feeding and tension. 

13. Heddles, making. 

14. Joining. 

15. Reels and spools. 

16. Tools. 


30. 


Pivoted rack-catch, 


121. 


Inclosed— 


6. Coiling — 


24. Winding. 


31. 
28. 
29. 
19. 
33. 
36. 

37. 

34. 


Sliding rack-catch, 
Toothed-nut— 
Sectional, 
Round work, 
Screw-operated— 
Displaceable nut or 

screw, 
Interrupted-thread, 
Multiple-intergeared, 


122. 

123. 

124. 
125. 
120. 
129. 
130. 
131. 


Watch and clock 
keys— 
Dust-protectors, 
Safety, 
Work-holding, 
Round work, 
Sliding adjustments- 
Rack — 
I nterl o eking jaw- 


26. By mandrel, definite 

length, 

27. By mandrel, indefinite 

length, 
25. By rolls. 

8. Cutting and straightening. 

9. Fabrics— 
10. Making— 

32. Coiled, 

33. Twisted, 


Wiring — 

17. Bottles and corks, 

18. Brushes and cards, 

19. Wood— 
11. Fences — 

28. Gear, 

29. Rack-bar, 

30. Sprocket, 
23. Fencing. 


35. 


Right and left threads, 




handles, 




26. 


Sliding-jaw, cam, 


132. 


Locking set screw or 






20. 


Turret. 




nut, 






53. 


Wrenches — 


133. 


Pinion-lock, 






180. 


Attachments and ad- 


134. 


Pivoted rack-catch — 








juncts- 


138. 


Cam-seated, 






181. 


Cutters — 


139. 


I n d i r e c tly-oper- 






182. 


Rotary, 




ated, 






183. 


Roller-clutch, 


140. 


Intermediate-f u 1 - 






184. 


Shank-embracing, 




crum, 






185. 


Socket-reducers, 


135. 


Non-traveling— 






58. 


Clutched-head — 


136. 


Inte r m e d 1 a t e- 






60. 


Ratchet — 




fulcrum, 






61. 


Pivoted-pawl— 


137. 


Transverse, 






62. 


Reversing — 


141. 


Shank-engaged cam, 






63. 


Single, 


142. 


Sliding rack-catch — 






59. 


Segmental, 
Double-ended, simulta- 


143. 


Cam-seated, 






77. 


144. 


Screw or nut 




y 




neous adjustment, 




seated, 






64. 


Flexible- 


145. 


Spring-seated, 






66. 


Link— 


146. 


Spring - seated jaw- 






67. 


Claw, 




frame— 






68. 


Handle-jaw — 


147. 


Integral frame and 






70. 


Duplex, 




teeth, 






69. 


Pivoted, 


148. 


Wedge-lock — 






65. 


Threaded adjustment, 


149. 


Wedge-pusher, 







(39) 



DIVISION XV. 



EXAMINER STATJFFER. 



Classes.— 107, Bread, Pastry, and Confection Making; 91, Coating; 44, Fuel; 49, Glass; 222, Hydraulic Ce- 
ment and Lime; 154, Laminated Sheets and Fabrics; 92, Paper-Making; 94, Paving; 95, Photog- 
raphy; 25, Plastic Block and Earthenware Apparatus ; 106, Plastic Compositions; 18, Plastics. 



Class 107. 



-BREAD, PASTRY, AND CONFECTION 
MAKING, (xv.) 



(For definitions see Bulletin No. 12, p. 3.) 

Subclasses. 
Bakers' ovens- 
Attachments, 
Bakers' peel, 

Charging and removing 
devices — 
Endless-carrier — 
Automatic pans or 
forms, 
Reel, 

Rotary-hearth, 
Doors, 
Fluid-circuit or indirect 

heating, 
Forming and baking 

plates, 
Knockdown or separable, 
Wagon-ovens. 
Cleaning apparatus. 
Combined machines — 
Cutting and distributing, 
Printing and cutting loz- 
enges. 
Composite cake and confec- 
tion apparatus. 
Cutting apparatus- 
Knife— 

Circular, 
Reciprocating-die— 
Dough-feeding, 
Internal plunger, 
Rotary-die. 
Depositing apparatus- 
Valve cut-off — 
Transversely-recipro- 
cating. 
Implements — 
Cutters, 
Depositors, 
Ice-cream dishers, 
Mixers, kneaders, and 

beaters, 
Pie crimpers and trim- 
mers, 





Implements- 


50. 


Rolling-pins. 


7. 


Miscellaneous. 


30. 


Mixers, kneaders, and beat- 




ers — 


31. 


Aerating, 


32. 


Moving-receptacle— 


33. 


Rotating, 


34. 


Roller, 




Rotary-dasher— 


35. 


Compound- rotation, 


36. 


Multiple— 


37. 


Hand-supported, , 


38. 


Single— 
Hand-supported, 


41. 


40. 


Horizontal, 


39. 


Oscillating, 


42. 


Single reciprocating- 




dasher. 


8. 


Molding apparatus — 


14. 


Die-expressing, 


9. 


Loaf-forming, 


19. 


Molds, 


15. 


Presses — 


16. 


Popcorn, 


17. 


Tablet— 


18. 


S tationary-mold, 


10. 


Rolling — 
Axial, 


13. 


11. 


Pills, 


12. 


Sheeting. 


46. 


Pastry-boards. 


54. 


Processes. 


2. 


Shredded cereal biscuit ap- 




paratus. 


43. 


Sizing and salting appara- 




tus. 


45. 


Stacking and packing appa- 




ratus. 


3. 


Starch-molding apparatus 



Class 91.— Continued. 



Class 91.-COATING. (xv.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 13, p. 9.) 



Subclasses. 



13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
55. 
56. 

63. 



Combined machines- 
Coating and cutting, 
Coating and folding. 
Coating and printing, 
Coating and stretching. 

Driers and coolers. 

Elevating devices. 

Implements- 
Brush holders and clean- 
ers, 
Painters' hooks, 
Paint-protectors, 
Pots, 



67. 
18. 
&, 
37. 
38. 



MachiSgf— 
AbrasioP. 
rush— \_ 
■gODillary i p <ed, 



Machines — 
Brush — 

39. Fountain-feed, 

40. Roller-feed, 

41. Tank-feed, 

25. Brush and fountain, 

19. Brush, fountain, 

roller, 

20. Brush, foun tain , 

scraper, 

26. Brush and immersion 

21. Brush, immersion, 

roller, 

22. Brush, immersion, 

scraper, 

27. Brush and roller, 

28. Brush and web, 

42. Centrifugal, 



and 
and 

and 
and 



Machines — 
Fountain — 

Projection- 
Air-brush, 
Fountain and roller, 
Fountain and scraper, 
Fountain, roller, and web, 
Immersion, 
Immersion and roller, 
Immersion and scraper. 
Immersion, roller, and 

scraper, 
Impression, 
Roller— 

Fountain-feed, 

Roller-feed. 

Tank-feed, 
Roller and scraper, 
Roller and web, 
Rumble, 
Scraper, 

Scraper and web, 
Web. 
Mixers and stirrers. 
Processes — 
Photographic film and 

plate, 



Processes — 
With heat- 
Japanning, 
Vitreous— 
On metal. 
Special machines — 
Bordering letter-paper, 
Confections and pills — 
Fountain, 
Immersion — 
Chargers, 

Dipping implements, 
Rumble, 
Flocking, 
Marbling, 

Photographic film and 
plate, 

11. Pitching casks, 

12. Striping. 

58. Strippers. 

59. Wipers and dusters. 

60. Work-holders— 

61. Enameling-tables, 

62. Gripper mechanisms. 



70 

71 
72 
73 

1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 



10. 



Artificial. 

Fire-kindlers — 
Absorbers, 
Automatic. 



Class 44.— FUEL, (xv.) 

Subclasses. 

3. Peat-machines. 

4. Purifying coal. 



(40) 



DIVISION XV. Continued. 



Class 19, GLASS. (XV.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 13, p. 4.) 



Subclasst s 



Annealing- 
Furnaces— 
Conveying. 
Baton mixers. 
Blowing 
Manipulating blow-iron, 
Tools, 

Traveling mold. 
Combined machines — 
Casting and blowing— 

in separate molds, 
Charging, cutting, and 

molding, 
Incandescent-lamp mak- 
ing, 
Pressing and blowing- 
Descending mold - bot- 
tom, 
In separate molds — 
Internal press-mold, 
Reheating and reshaping, 
Shaping and cutting, 
Sheet and plate making- 
Flattening and anneal- 
ing. 
Compositions — 

Enamel. 
Cutting hard glass — 
Guides and gages, 
Heat-applying, 
Lens-blanks, 
Tools. 
Drawing. 
Flattening. 

Gathering and ladling. 
Heating apparatus — 
Floats, 
Melting-pots, 
Pot-furnaces, 
Reheating- furnaces — 
Work-manipulating, 
Tank-furnaces — 
Delivering, 

Separate gathering- 
pool. 
Miscellaneous — 

Tools. 
Mold-coolers. 
Molding — 
Casting, 



Molding— 

30. , Curved pipes and I ubes, 

35. Presses 

38. Fluid-operated, 

36. Screw-threading, 

37. Traveling mold, 
33 Rolling— 

34. Bed and roller, 

31. Vertical pipes and tubes, 

32. Wire-glass. 

65. Molds— 

67. Bending, 

69. Blowing— 

70. Labeling, 

71. Vented, 

75. Clamping, 

68. Cooling and heating, 

76. Cores and plungers, 

72. Pressing — 

74. Helically-separable, 

73. Laterally -separable 

sides, 

66. Uniting parts. 

42. Mold-separating devices— 

43. Drawing-core. 

41. Mold supports and carriers. 

25. Perforating. 
16. Pin-heading. 

77. Processes— 
89. Annealing, 

83. Blowing, 
79. Combined — 

SO. Molding and blowing, 
88. Heat-developed coloring, 

78. Incandescent-lamp mak- 

ing, 
85. Molding— 
87. Sheets and plates, 
S6. Wire-glass, 

84. Reshaping, 

81. Uniting parts — 

82. Glass to glass. 

22. Reshaping — 

26. Crimping, 

23. Neck-forming— 

24. Tools— 

25. Divided mandrel, 

27. Spreading or flaring. 
64. Snaps and sockets. 

92. Structure. 



Class 222.— HYDRAULIC CEMENT AND LIME. (XV.) 



3. Kilns— 

5. Attachments, 

6. Gypsum, 



Subclasses. 

Kilns — 
7. Rotary. 
4. Lime. 



Class 154.-LAMINATED SHEETS AND FABRICS. (XV.) 



1. Apparatus — 

5. Tube and tire making 

4. Boiler-coverings. 

3. Felt. 

9 Linoleum. 



Subclasses. 

2. Miscellaneous. 

6. Processes— 

7. Playiug-ball making, 

8. Tube and tire making. 



Class 92.— PAPER-MAKING, (xv.) 



Calenders — 

Bed and jack, 

Damping devices, 

Rotary. 
Carpet-lining. 
Disintegrating fibrous sub 

stances. 
Fabrics. 
Fibers. 

Ornamenting. 
Paper-board. 
Paper-making machines — 

Attachments, 

Couch-rolls, 

Cylinder-machines, 

Dandy-rolls, 

Felt and wire cleaners, 

Fourdrinier machines, 

Press rolls and felts, 

Reels, 

Stuff -chests, 

Stuff-feeders, 

Suction boxes and rolls. 



Subclasses 
16 



Parchment. 
Pulp-making — 

51. Beating-engines, 

48. Bleaching, 

50. Chemical processes, 

49. Digesters, 

39. Drainers, 

52. Rag-cutters, 

53. Refining-engines, 

44. Stock-cleaners, 
Strainers— 

40. Rotary, 

41. Shaking, 

42. Stationary, 

43. Washers, 

54. Wood-grinders. 
Pulp-molding machines— 

45. Centrifugal, 

46. Compressors, 

47. Winders. 

22. Waterproofing and sizing 



Class 94. PAVING. I xv.) 

Subclasses. 

2, Gutters, Pavements 
ii. Mixers, s. Wood. 

Pavements 4. Road-rammers 

I. Concrete, 6. 'Pools. 

3. Iron, 7. Vault-covers. 
5. SI one, 



Class 95.-PHOTOGRAPIIY. (xv.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 5, p. 10.) 



Subclasses. 



Actinometers. 
Backgrounds- 
Rolling curtain. 
Burnishing— 
Rotary machines — 
Internally-heated. 
Cameras — 
Combination, 
Copying and enlarging, 
Developing — 
Automatic, 
Exposure-lens finder, 
Finders, 
Focusing — 
Adjusting mechanism, 
Guides and locks, 
Hoods, 
Folding— 

Hinged-base, 
Ground glasses and 
frames, 

jazine — 
Flexible plate-carrier, 
Hand-changed plate, 
Quarter-turned plate- 
Tilting— 
Base-guides, 
Rear-plate replacing, 
Sliding-plate — 
Continuous guides, 
Intermediate expo- 
sure-chamber, 
Sliding and return, 
Tilting-magazine, 
Panoramic — 
Concave surface, 
Convex surface, 
Plate-holders— 
Auxiliary, 
Closure locks and 

checks, 
Light-seals, 
Plate-fastenings and 
kits — 
Adjustable, 
Solution drains and re- 
sistants, 
Plate-holder storage 
Re versi ble-back, 
Roll-holding— 
Folding- 
Hinged bellows, 
Posterior rolls, 
Roll-spools, 
Shift front or back, 
Shutters- 
Curtain, 
Diaphragms, 
Fluid-operating mech- 
anisms, 
Pivoted— 
Blade- 
Blade and cover 
blind, 



10. 

83. 

84. 
104. 
105. 
106. 

11. 

12. 

43. 

13. 

14. 

42. 

52. 

44. 

45. 

46. 

47. 

39. 

40. 

49. 



19. Maga 



Cameras — 
Shutters — 
Pivoted — 
Blade- 
Opposite move- 
ment— 
Symmetrical 
opening, 
Rotary, 
Sliding— 
Opposite movement, 
Simultaneous-exposure, 
Successive plate-sec- 
tions— 
Shifting lens or 
plate — 
Rotary, 
Swing front or back, 
Vignetters. 
Camera-supports — 

7. Copy-holding. 

2. Color. 

3. Daguerreotypy— 

4. Vises. 

8. Developing. 

9. Fluid-treating appa- 

ratus — 

0. Dark cabinets — 

1. Hand-insertion — 

2. Ventilated, 
0.5. Roll-film, 

4. Film-guides, 

Rocking mechanisms, 
Rotating carriers, 
Tanks- 
Washing— 
Plate-supporting, 
Trays, 

Work-handling devices. 
Miscellaneous. 
Models. 
Printing— 
Continuous-film, 
Fluid-pressure contact, 
Frames— 
.5. Cylindrical, 
Stands, 

Superposed negative, 
Vignetting— 
F r a m e-a 1 1 a c h i n g 
mechanisms. 
Processes — 
.5. Vitreous colors. 
Retouching — 
Stands — 
Vibrating. 
Screens. 
Sensitizing. 

Sensitizing and developing. 
Studios. 
Surfaces- 
Films. 



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DIVISION XV.— Continued. 



Class 25.— PLASTIC BLOCK AND EARTHENWARE APPA- 
RATUS, (xv.) 

(For definitions see Bulletin No. 7, p. 3.) 



Class 106.— PLASTIC COMPOSITIONS, (xv.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 7, p. 8.) 



41. 


Block-molding machines- 


42. 


Flat tile, 


43. 


Roofing-tile, 


44. 


Undercutting. 


45. 


Block-presses — 


103. 


Chargers, 




Endless chain of molds- 


99. 


Continuous travel, 


100. 


Intermittent travel, 


101. 


Expanding mold, 


102. 


Plungers, 




Portable mold — 


53. 


Mold-pushers, 




Movable support — 


46. 


Toward feed, 


47. 


Tranverse to feed, 


48. 


Supported in race — 


• 49. 


Plunger — 


50. 


Lever, 


51. 


Pitman, 


52. 


Rack and pinion, 


54. 


Reciprocating mold — 


55. 


Fluid-operated, 




Plunger — 


56. 


In lineofmold 




travel — 


57. 


Cam, 


58. 


Drop, 


59. 


Lever, 


60. 


Transverse to mold 




travel — 


61. 


Cam, 


62. 


Lever, 




Rotary mold — 




Facial — 


64. 


Continuous — 


65. 


Plunger, cam, 


66. 


Intermittent — 


67. 


Opposed plunger- 


68. 


Lever, 


69. 


Single-surface 




plunger- 


70. 


Cam, 


71. 


Drop, 


72. 


Lever, 


73. 


Pitman, 


74. 


Toggle, 


63. 


Fluid-operated, 




Peripheral — 


75. 


Continuous- 


76. 


Opposed mold- 




wheel — 


77. 


Mating, 


78. 


Plunger, cam, 


79. 


Pressure-roller, 


80. 


Intermittent — 


81. 


Plunger, cam, 


82. 


Plunger, lever, 




Stationary mold — 


83. 


Single-surface p 1 u n - 




ger— 


85. 


Cam, 


86. 


Drop, 


84. 


Fluid-operated, 


87. 


Lever, 


88. 


Pitman, 


89. 


Toggle, 


90. 


Opposed plunger- 
Cam, 


92. 


93. 


Cam and lever, 


94. 


Cam and pitman, 


91. 


Fluid-operated, 


95. 


Lever, 


96. 


. Pitman, 


97. 


Toggle, 


98. 


Toggle and connect- 




ing-bar, 


104. 


Strikes and trimmers. 


2. 


Brick-making plants. 


105. 


Cutters — 


114. 


Cleaners, 


111. 


Oscillating, 


107. 


Reciprocating— 


108. 


Horizontally, 




Rotating — 


109. 


Longitudinal axis, 


110. 


Transverse axis, 


106. 


Soap, 


112. 


Stationary, 


113. 


Tables. 



Subclasses. 
11. 
12. 
17. 
18. 
20. 

19. 

15. 
16. 
13. 
14. 
3. 



Die-expressing — 
Detached block, 
Dies— 
Liquid-lubricated, 
Perforating and orna- 
menting, 
Steam-lub ricated , 
Plunger-ejector— 
Fluid-operated, 
Pottery, 
Screw-ejector. 
Electrical -fixture ma- 
chines. 

132. Kilns— 

140. Combined up and down 

draft — 

141. Reversible, 

134. Continuous — 
139. Common flue, 

136. Perforated floor, 

137. Perforated partition, 

135. Separate kiln, 

138. Temporary partition, 

145. Downdraft— 

146. Muffle-bottom, 

149. Fluid-fuel, 
148. , Forced-draft, 

151. Furnaces — 

152. Grates, 

142. Horizontally-traveling 

material, 

133. Indurating, 
144. Muffle, 

154. Processes — 

155. Burning road-ballast, 

153. Saggers, 

150. Steam-combustion, 

147. Updraft, 

143. Vertically-traveling ma- 

terial. 

4. Knob-machines. 
1. Miscellaneous. 

118. Molds— 

119. Block— 

120. Ejectors, 

121. Expanding and sepa- 

rable, 

122. Linings, 

123. Ornamental, 
131.5. Centering, 

124. Cistern, 

125. Fence, 

126. Pipe— 

128. Cores, 

127. Expanding and sepa- 

rable, 

129. Pottery, 

130. Sarcophagi and tank, 

131. Wall. 

30. Pipe-machines— 

36. Compacting-former, 

31. Fluid-operated, 

32. In situ, 

33. Multitubular— 

34. Perforators, 

35. Perforating-former, 

38. Plastic lining and coat- 

ing, 

39. Socket-formers, 

37. Tamper, 

40. Turners. 

5. Playing-marble machines. 

22. Pottery-machines — 
29. Casting, 

23. Fluid-operated, 

24. Jiggers — 

25. Irregular form, 

26. Rotary former, 

27. Presses — 

28. Bottom ejectors. 
21. Roller-forming. 

115. Sanders— 

116. Mold— 

117. Rotary drum. 

7. Soap-molding devices — 

8. Die-expressing, 

9. Rotary mold, 

10. Stationary mold. 

6. Tobacco-pipe machines. 



Subclasses. 



Artificial ivory and hard 

rubber. 
Artificial rubber. 
Artificial stone — 
Argillaceous, 

Bituminous and resin- 
ous — 
Tar, 
Wax, 
Gelatinous and gummy, 
Hydraulic cement- 
Argillaceous, 
Treatment, 
Indurating — 
Treatment, 
Oxychlorid and oxysul- 

fate, 
Plaster-of-paris, 
Retarders, 
Soluble silicates, 
Treatment. 
Battery-jars. 
Boot heels and soles. 
Cob pipes and fillings. 
Crayons and pencils. 
Dental. 



12. Electrical insulating— 

15. Bituminous and resin- 

ous— 

16. Tar, 

17. Wax, 

13. Rubber, 

14. Soluble silicates. 

9. Fire-brick and refractory 
linings — 

10. Argillaceous. 

11. Fire-hardened— 
42. Treatment. 

7. Floor-cloth. 

39. Gelatinous and gummy. 

18. Heat-insulating — 
21. Argillaceous, 
20. Plaster-of-paris, 

19. Soluble silicates. 

8. Luting. 

1. Miscellaneous — 
41. Treatment. 
38. Proteids— 
46. Treatment. 
37. Pyroxylin. 

40. Viscose and cellulose. 



Class 18.— PLASTICS, (xv.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 10, p. 7.) 



Subclasses. 



Miscellaneous apparatus — 
Pyroxylin, 
Vulcanizable gums. 
Molding devices — 
Casting — 
Candles, 
Crayons, 
Rollers, 
Chargers, 
Die-expressing — 
Compound, 
Tube and hollow, 
Dipping— 

Capsule-machines, 
Filament-forming, 
Film-spreading, 
Flasks and clamps- 
Dental, 
Heating and vulcaniz- 
ing— 
Pots, 
Molds — 
Blank covering and fill- 
ing— 
Lacing hooks and 
studs, 
Casting — 

Soap, 
Clamping, 
Cores — 

Boot trees and lasts, 
Dies and matrices, 
Dipping, 

Heating and vulcaniz- 
ing, 
Materials, 



51. 
49. 
50. 
55. 
58. 
57. 
56. 
59. 
52/ 
53. 

3.5. 



Molding devices — 
Molds— 
Sheet-shaping, 
Two and three part, 
Mold wiping and coat- 
ing, 
Presses — 
Heating and vulcan- 
izing— 
Tire-repairing, 
Reciprocating-mold, 
Rotary mold-sup- 
port — 
Peripheral, 
Sheet-shaping, 
Stationary-mold, 
Rolling- 
Compound, 
Sheets. 
Molding plants. 
Processes — 
Filament-forming, 
Miscellaneous — 
Pyroxylin, 
Vulcanizable gums — 
Caoutchouc, 
Molding- 
Casting and dipping, 
Film-spreading, 
Sheets, 
Uniting, 
Restoring caoutchouc, 
Vulcanizing caout- 
chouc. 
Puttying devices. 



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DIVISION XVI. 



EXAMINER W. A. KINNAN. 



GLASSES.— 178, Telegraphy; 179, Telephony. 



Class 178.— TELEGRAPHY, (xvi.) 



Subclasses. 



;;. Annunciators 

188. Prop. 

189. Drop systems, 

190. Elevator, 

320. Extension or auxiliary 

bell-circuits, 

321. Reed, 

191. Step-bv-step — 

322. Clock-train, 

323. Strength and polarity. 
12. Condensers. 

2S. Indicators. 

29. Keys. 

35. Morse registers. 

304. Relays— 

305. Coil, 

306. Core-armature. 
42. Repeaters. 

307. Sounders. 

300. Superposed current. 
Telegraphs — 

297. Autographic, 
46. Automatic — 

298. Multiple-pen, 
310. Successive-line, 



Telegraphs— 
45. Circuits and systems, 
299. Details, 

47. Dial, 

48. Duplex, 

49. Dynamo, 

50. Fire— 

160. Automatic, 

162. Engine-house appara- 

tus, 

163. Non-interfering, 
165. Repeaters, 

164. Variable signal— 

161. Dial, 

103. Fire alarms and extin- 
guishers, 

51. Multiplex, 

52. Perforating, 

54. Printing— 

141. Multiple-wheel, 

142. Wheel, 

55. Quadruplex, 
63. Reed. 

69. Transmitters. 
319. Wireless. 



Class 179.— TELEPHONY. (XVI.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 16, p. 12.) 



Subclasses. 



174. 
178. 
179. 
180. 
181. 
182. 
183. 
189. 
187. 
188. 
184. 
185. 
186. 
190. 
172. 
173. 
176. 

177. 

171. 
170. 
100. 
146. 
157. 
156. 
153. 

149. 
150. 
151. 
152. 
147. 
154. 
155. 
148. 

91. 

92. 

94. 

95. 

93. 



Anti-induction devices. 
Details — 
Casing, 
Dampers, 
Diaphragms, 
Earpieces, 
Hoods, 
Locks, 
Mouthpieces— 

Voice-screens, 
Protectors — 
Antiseptic, 
Connections, 
Resistance elements. 
Induction-coils — 

Multiple. 
Listening and ringing 
keys — 
Polystation-lines. 
Relays. 
Repeaters. 
Sets. 

Supports- 
Body, 
Head-gear, 

Holder, transmitter-sup- 
ported, 
Pivoted-arm — 
Extension, 
Slidable holders, 
Transmitter, 
Stands, 
Suspension- 
Reels, 
Vertical adjustment. 
Switchboards — 
Drop-restorers, 
Lamp-annunciators, 
Plug-seats, switches, and 

take-ups, 
Plug-shifters, 



Switchboards— 
Spring-jack — 

Strips, 
Substation, 
Wire distribution. 
Switches — 
Hook- 
Connectors, 
Gravity-lever, 
Horizontal slide, 
Obstruction — 
Movable jaw, 
Selective line, 
Vertical slide, 
Mobile, 
Receiver, 
Rotary contact. 
Systems — 
Anti-inductive— 
Condenser, 
Impedance, 
Automatic- 
Auxiliary automatic 

exchange, 
Central energy, 
Combined rotary and 

non-rotary, 
Lock-out — 
Central energy, 
Combined rotary and 

non-rotary, 
Non-rotary, 
Non-rotary, 
Percentage, 
Polystation-lines, 
5. Selective switches, 
Semi-automatic, 
Call- 
Automatic, 
Reed, 
Return, 



Class 179.— Continued. 



45. 



Systems — 

"Call 

Stop-by-step, 
Strength and polarity, 
Transmitters, 
Central — 
Centralized energy— 
Line-signal control— 
Spring-jack cut-off, 
Relay cut-off, 
Line-signal control— 
Spring-jack cut-off, 
Relay cut-off, 
Multiple answer ing- 

jack, 
Multiple switch- 
board — 
Auxiliary, 

Centralized energy — 
Line - signal con- 
trol- 
Spring -jack cut- 
off, 
Relay cut-off, 
Line-signal control— 
Spring-jack cut-off, 
Relay cut-off, 
Plug-terminal — 
Line - signal con- 
trol- • 
Spring -jack cut- 
off, 
Special test-plug, 
Special test-plug — 
Line - signal c o n - 
trol— 
Spring -jack cut- 
off, 
Relay cut-off, 
Centralized energy, 
Combined telephone and 

phonograph, 
Composite- 
Telegraphy— 

Metallic circuit, 
Fire or police, 
Divided central — 
Automatic ringing, 
Centralized energy. 
Multiple switch- 
b oard — 

Centralized energy, 
Private branch ex- 
change, 
Reciprocal signaling- 
trunks, 
Through-ringing — 
Centralized energy, 
Multiple sw itch- 
board, 
House or intercommuni- 
cating— 
Centralized energy, 
Lock-out- 
Central energy, 
Multiplex, 
Polystation-lines — 
Central, 

Centralized energy- 
Central, 



Systems — 
Polystation-lines— 
Lock-out — 
Central, 

Centralized energy- 
Central, 
Portable sets, 
Register — 
Automatic- 
Central control, 
Central- 
Automatic — 
Central control, 
Central control, 
Key and lock, 
Space- 
Radiophones, 
Substation-circuits. 
Telephones— 
Audiphones, 

Combined receiver and 
transmitter — 
Hand, 
Compound 
Condenser, 
Electrostatic, 
Induction-coil, 
Intensifiers — 

Harmonic vibrators, 
Magnetic- 
Diaphragm— 

Multiple, 
Magnets — 
Combined telephone 

and call, 
Pole-pieces, 
Tubular, 
Micromagnetic, 
Molecular, 
Non-diaphragm. 
Testing devices. 
Transmitters — 
Diaphragm- 
Multiple, 
Electrode- 
Contact — 
Gravity- 
Hinged or pivoted, 
Magnetic, 
Spring, 
Granular — 
Electrode- 
Embedded, 
Plunger, 
Pockets, 
Projections, 
Rotary, 
Granules magnetic, 
Multiple diaphragm, 
Multiple electrode- 
Differential, 
Fluid- 
Jet, 
Multiple contact, 
Multiple diaphragm, 
Multiple series con- 
tact. 



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DIVISION XVII. 



EXAMINEE. HENRY. 



CLASSES.— 192, Clutches; 199, Linotyping; 198, Matrix-Making; 151, Nut and Bolt Locks; 101, Printing. 



Class 192.— CLUTCHES, (xvn.) 



Subclasses. 



22. Ball. 

1. Clutches. 
21. Dog. 

2. Eccentric or wedge. 

3. Expansible segment. 
18. Fluid. 

4. Frictional and positive. 

5. Lever-shoe. 

6. Locking-pawl. 

7. Longitudinally-m ovable, 

double-face. 



8. Longitudinally-m ovable, 

single-face. 

9. Longitudinally-m ovable, 

with projections. 

10. Multiple-disk. 

11. Radially-movable shoes. 

12. Radially-movable shoes, 

opposing. 
20. Ratchet. 

13. Split-ring. 

14. Strap. 



Class 199.— LINOTYPING.' (xvn.) 



Bar-machines — 

5. Plural, 

6. Single. 

14. Brushing devices. 

7. Circulating-machines. 
8- Guide-machines. 

4. Justifying devices. 
16. Justifying mechanism, 



Subclasses. 

3. Linotype-making. 

2. Linotypes. 

9. Machine attachments. 

12. Matrices. 
15. Melting-pots. 

10. Miscellaneous machines. 

13. Molds and cutters. 

11. Rotary machines. 



Class 198.— MATRIX-MAKING, (xvn.) 



1. Bar. 

2. Dies. 
7. Matrices and materials. 

3. Miscellaneous. 

4. Reciprocating die-carrier, 

electrical. 



Subclasses. 

Reciprocating die-carrier, 

mechanical. 
Rotary die-carrier. 



Class 1.51. — NUT AND BOLT LOCKS, (xvn.) 
(For definitions see Supplement No. 2, p. 2543.) 





Subclasses 




2. 


Coupled nut and bolt — 




Locked nut — 


5. 


Cross-key — 




Base-clutch — 


6. 


Spring-seated, 




Biting-tooth — 


7. 


Elastic gripping action, 


37. 


Nut-carried, 


4. 


Flexible-key, 


38. 


Friction, 


3. 


Flexible- washer, 


39. 


Pawl-and-ratchet — 


8. 


Longitudinal-key, 


40. 


Nut-carried pawl, 




Pawl-and-ratchet — 


41. 


Yielding interlocking 


9. 


Bolt-carried pawl, 




washer, 


10. 


Nut-carried pawl — 


42. 


Distorted, 


11. 


Flexible, 


43. 


Gravity nut or washer, 


12. 


Pivoted, 


44. 


Side-lock — 


13. 


Washer-carried pawl, 


49. 


Flexible — 


14. 


Thread-lock — 


50. 


Automatic — 


19. 


Cam or cone grip, 


51. 


Coiled washer, 


20. 


Canted-nut, 


52. 


Spring-tongued 


21. 


Distorted-nut, 




washer-plate, 


22. 


Distorted-thread, 


53. 


Inelastic washer- 


23. 


Longitudinal-key, 




tongue, 


24. 


Radial key or gib, 


54. 


Longitudinal — 


25. 


Side-clutch, 


55. 


Nut-held— 


15. 


Superposed nuts — 


56. 


Reversed-nut, 


16. 


Oppositely- thread- 


57. 


Side-pin, 




ed- 


58. 


Spike-held, 


17. 


Key or pawl locked, 


59. 


Swinging, 


18. 


Side-locked, 


60. 


Washer-tongue held, 


26. 


Tangential-key, 


48. 


Pawl-and-ratchet, 


27. 


Top-stop — 


45. 


Rotatable washer — 


28. 


Positive-lock — 


46. 


Bent-tongue locked, 


29. 


Side, 


47. 


Pawl-locked, 


30. 


Thread-gripper, 


61. 


Transversely-sliding — 


31. 


Wedged slotted bolt. 


62. 


Key, plate, or bar — 
Nut-held, 


1. 


Flowing metal. 


63. 


32. 


Locked bolt. 


64. 


Sliding-washer, 


33. 


Locked nut— 


65. 


Transversely-swinging, 


34. 


Base-clutch— 


66. 


Transverse base-locking 


35. 


Biting-tooth — 




key. 


36. 


Coiled-washer, 







Class 101.— PRINTING, (xvn.) 



Subclasses. 



Address-printers — 

Strip-form. 
Bed - and - cylinder m a - 
chines — 

Bed-movements, 

Cushions, 

Multire volution — 
Perfecting, 

Oscillating-cylinder — 
Perfecting, 

Perfecting, 

Sliders, 

Stop-cylinder — 
Perfecting, 

Traveling-cylinder — 
Perfecting. 
13. Bed-and-platen ma- 
chines — 

Inking attachment, 

Oscillating— 
Roller-inker — 

Orbital, 
Roller and plate inker, 
Stationary roller- 
inker, 

Roller-inker, 

Roller and plate inker, 

Tympan-gages, 

Web. 

24. Branding-stamps. 

25. Chases. 



158. 

5. 

153. 

154. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

155. 

9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 



28. 
26. 
29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
34. 
36. 
37. 
38. 
39. 
40. 
41. 
42. 
43. 
44. 
45. 
46. 

152. 
47. 
48. 
49. 
50. 
51. 
52. 
53. 
54. 
55. 



Color-machines — 

Graining. 
Composing-sticks. 
Deliveries — 

Associators, 

Droppers, 

Fly-frames, 

G ripper-fliers, 

Receiving-tables. 
Feeding — 

Gages- 
Front stops, 

Separators — 
Buckling, 
Pneumatic, 

Web. 
Folders — 

Longitudinal, 

Longitudinal and rotary, 

Newspaper-w rapping 
machines, 

Oscillating, 

Reciprocating, 

Rotary, 

Sheet-conveyers. 
Furniture — 

Quoins, 

Tools and appliances. 
Galleys—' 

Galley-locks — 
Rests. 



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DIVISION XVII.— Continued 



Class w\. Continued. 



Band-stomps 
Check-punches, 
Head .'mil handle 

taking attachment, 

Mutilators, 

Roller 
inking attachment, 
Inking attachment, 
Mm ii itors, 
Rucks. 

Sealing-tools, 

Settable-type carrier 
[nking at tachment, 

Tumbler. 
Imitating. 
Inking apparatus 

Composition rollers, pre- 
serving, 

Fountains, 

Pads and holders, 

Rollers— 
Compositions, 

Traveling due tor-plate, 

T r a veTing roller a n d 
plate. 
Mail-marking maohin.es — 

Rotary- 
Machines and stackers. 
Marking-machines— 

Rotary. 
Multicolor-machines — 

Bed-and-cylinder — 
Multiple-impression, 

Bed-and-platen, 

Rotary — 
Multiple printing- 
couple, 

Supplemental forms. 
Numbe ring-machines — 

Form attachments, 

Hand, 

Measurers and markers. 
Paper-damping m a - 
chines — 

Winders. 
Phototypographs. 
Planographic machines — 

Bed-and-cylinder, 

Copying apparatus, 

Damping, 

Rotary. 
Plate. 
Plate-machines — 

Bed-and-cylinder, 

Bed-and-platen, 

Rotary, 

Traveling-bed. 
Press-copying — 

Damping. 
P r i n t i n g-c o u p 1 e appli- 
ances — 

Anti-offset devices, 

Blankets, 

Friskets, 

G rippers. 
Processes. 
Rotary machines — 

Associators — 
Stop-sheet, 



Rotary machines — 
120. Assoolators and folders, 

122. Machines and associa- 

tors, 

123. Machines and deliveries, 

125. Machines and folders, 

124. Machines, assoc i a t ors 

and folders, 

126. Non-perfecting, 

127. Reversing and perfect- 

ing, 
1-1. Rotary conical printing- 
couplo. 

128. Ruling-machines— 

129. Rotary. 

130. Sotting and distributing— 

203. Distributing— 

189. Feoler-selector, 

190. Keyboard, 

191. Type-arrangers, 

192. Type-line separators, 

193. Ward-selector, 

194. Leading and unleading, 

195. Setting— 

196. Conveyer-feed, 
197. ' Gravity-feed, 

198. Hand-supply, 

199. Justifiers, 

200. Making and setting, 

201 . Type-cha nnels. 

131. Sheet-stencils, making. 
179. Spaces and straight col- 
umn-rules. 

132. Stenciling-machines. 

133. Stencil-making pens. 

134. Stencil-plates. 
Surfaces — 

165. Backing apparatus, 

163. Elastic, 

164. Fountain, 
Holders — 

167. Cylinder-mandrel, 

168. Metal-sheet stretchers, 

169. Miscellaneous, 

166. Mechanical transferring 

and registering, 
159. Multicolor, 

Planographic— 
171. Elastic pantographs, 

170. Hectographic compo- 

sitions, 

173. Miscellaneous, 

204. Photomechanical, 
Relief and intaglio— 

177. Backs and blocks, 

175. Combination, 

174. Integral metal type, 

178. Miscellaneous, 

176. Non-elastic materials, 

205. Photomechanical, 
162. Tintographs. 

187. Ticket-machines. 

148. Traveling-bed machines. 

149. Type-cases — 

202. Feeding. 

150. Type-machines. 



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DIVISION XVIII 



EXAMINES. GSANTNER. 



CLASSES.— 162, Injectors and Ejectors; 160, Steam and Vacnum Pumps; 122, Steam-Boilers ; 121, Steam-Engines; 

136, Steam-Engine Valves. 



Class 162.— INJECTORS AND EJECTORS, (xvm.) 
No subclasses. 



Class 160.— STEAM AND VACUUM PUMPS, (xvm.) 
No subclasses. 



Class 122.— STEAM-BOILERS, (xvm.) 



1. Attachments. 

5. Circulation. 

2. Cleaners— 

30. Steam or air jet. 
Condensers — 

35. Injector, 

36. Surface. 
22. Feeders. 

6. Fire-tube. 

7. Flashers. 

8. Flue and tubular. 
Heating feed-water- 

29. Furnace-gases, 

20. Steam, 

21. Steam-injected. 

10. Incrustation. 

11. Indicators. 



Subclasses. 

12. Introducing smoke and 



33. Manholes. 

13. Rotary. 

32. Safety devices. 

14. Sectional— 

34. Headers. 

15. Separators. 

16. Superheaters. 

37. Traps— 

38. Expansion. 

17. Tubes and flues. 

4. Vapor-generators. 

27. Water-tube— 

28. Coil. 

18. Water fire-box. 



Class 121.— STEAM-ENGINES (xvm.) 



105. 
106. 

2. 

1. 

119. 
117. 

44. 

96. 

95. 

19. 

20. 

22. 

21. 

14. 

15. 

16. 

17. 

115. 

116. 

23. 

24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 

32. 
33. 
34. 
35. 



36. 
37. 
38. 
39. 



Subclasses. 
Attachments— 

Cross-head. 
Bell-ringer. 
Combined engine and 

boiler. 
Compensating devices. 
Cylinder relief-valve. 
Diaphragm. 
Exhaust mechanism. 
E xh au st-regenerated . 
Hammers — 
Piston-hammer, 
Stamp, 
Valveless. 
Locomotive — 
Compound- 
Cross, 

Starting-valve 
Tandem. 
Lubricators. 
Mufflers. 

Multiple-cylinder — 
Longitudinal — 

Multiple-valve, 
Parallel, 
Radial — 

Multiple-valve, 
Tandem — 
Multiple-valve. 
Multiple-expansion — 
Concentric-cylinder, 
Cross- 
Double-acting— 
Multiple-valve, 



Multiple-expansion — 
31. Starting-valve, 
Tandem— 
Central-valve, 
Double-acting — 
Multiple-valve. 

41. Multiple-piston. 

42. Oscillating-cylinder. 

43. Oscillating-piston. 

107. Packing— 

108. Piston, 

109. Rod, 

110. Steam-joint. 
104. Pistons. 

18. Portable. 
Pumping — 

3. Compensating, 

4. Duplex— 

5. Multiple-expansion, 

6. Multiple-cylinder, 

7. Multiple-expansion, 

8. Single-cylinder — • 

9. Trigger-valve. 
Reciprocating-cylinder. 
Rock-drills— 

Piston-controlled valve, 
Valveless. 
Rotary — 
Alternating-piston, 
Collapsible-tube, 
Geared-abutment — 
Compound, 
Multiple-cylinder, 
Geared-piston, 





Class 121.- 


-Continued. 




Rotary — 




Rotary — 


55. 


Gravity, 


82. 


Swinging-abutment- 


56. 


Impact — 


83. 


Compound, 


57. 


Axial-flow, 


84. 


Multiple-cylinder, 


58. 


Compound, 


85. 


Spring-operated, 


59. 


Injector, 


86. 


Steam-operated, 


60. 


Radial-flow, 


87. 


Swinging-piston— 


61. 


Reaction, 


88. 


Compound, 


62. 


Reciprocating-piston — 


89. 


Multiple-cylinder, 


63. 


Cam, 


90. 


Spring-operated, 


64. 


Crank, 


91. 


Steam-operated, 


65. 


Rotary-cylinder — 


.92. 


Wabbling-piston — 


66. 


Sliding-piston, 


93. 


Disk, 


67. 


Sliding-abutment — 


94. 


Plane. 


68. 


Compound, 


45. 


Single-cylinder. 


69. 


Multiple-cylinder, 


111. 


Speed -governors — 


70. 


Radial — 


112. 


Centrifugal, 


71. 


Piston-operated, 


113. 


Marine, 




Sliding-piston — 


114. 


Pressure, 


73. 


Compound, 


118. 


Turbine-control. 


74. 


Cor.centric— 


13. 


Steering mechanism. 


75. 


Cam-operated, 


97. 


Valve-gear— 


76. 


Longitudinal, 


98. 


Link, 


77. 


Steam -operated, 


99. 


Rod, 


78. 


Eccentric— 


100. 


Shifting-eccentric — 


79. 


Cam-operated, 


101. 


Automatic — 


80. 


Spring-operated, 


102. 


Inertia, 


81. 


Steam-operated , 


103. 


Tripping cut-off. 


72. 


Multiple-cylinder, 


40. 


Valveless. 



Class 136.-STEAM-ENGINE VALVES, (xvm.) 





Subclasses. 


1. Balanced-slide— 




12. Reversing. 


13. Double, 




7. Rotary. 


14. Roller. 




9. Safety. 


2. Cut-off. 




8. Slide. 


3. Gage-cocks. 




10. Steam-actuated. 


4. Governor. 




11. Throttle— 


5. Piston. 




15. Electric. 


6. Puppet. 







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DIVISION XIX. 



EXAMINER MOORE. 



CLASSES. 236, Dampers: Automatic; 110, Furnaces; 237, Heat-Distributing Systems; 126, Stoves and 

Furnaces. 



Class 236. DAMPERS. AUTOMATIC (xix.) 



Subclasses. 



1. Balanoed motor. 

2. Draft-operated. 

4. Electrical. 

5. Expansion. 



6. Fluid-pressure. 

7. Miscellaneous. 
S. Pressure-motor. 



Class 110.— FURNACES, (xix.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. IS, p. 4.) 



Subclasses. 



165. 


Ash receiving and han- 




dling devices — 


166. 


Ash-pans — 


167. 


Dumping — 


168. 


Conjoined floor-sec- 




tions, 


169. 


Reciprocating d i s - 




charge- valve, 


170. 


Scraper, 


171. 


Steam and water at- 




tachments. 


173. 


Doors- 


175. 


Feeding air, 


174. 


Feeding air and steam, 


179. 


Fluid-screens, 


176. 


Operators — 


177. 


Motor, 


178. 


Pedal. 




Doors and casings — 


ISO. 


Cooling. 


181. 


Door casings and arches — 


182. 


Feeding air. 


147. 


Draft-regulators — 


163. 


Damper, 


151. 


Exhaust-nozzle — 


155. 


Air-feed, 


156. 


Shunt-pipe, 


152. 


Variable-discharge — 


153. 


Boiler-controlled , 


154. 


Exhaust-controlled, 


149. 


External exhaust and 




blower, 


162. 


Fan-exhaust, 


164. 


Lift-pipe, 


148. 


Separation of gases, 


150. 


Steam-injector, 




Smoke-box — 


157. 


Feeding air — 


158. 


Door-operated, 




Stack — 


160. 


Air-jet — 


161. 


Steam-injected, 


159. 


Portable. 


172. 


Fronts. 


101. 


Fuel-feeders — 


104. 


Blower — 


105. 


Hopper, 


106. 


Pulverizer, 


103. 


Boiler-controlled, 


107. 


Bridge-wall, 




Chute- 


116. 


Door — 


117. 


Multiple-charge, 


108. 


Hopper — 




Pusher — 


109. 


Reciprocating, 


110. 


Screw, 




Spreader- 


111. 


Carrier — 


112. 


Door, 


113 


Oscillating, 


114. 


Reciprocating-plunger, 


115. 


Rotary, 


102. 


Shavings and sawdust, 


118. 


Vertical-drop. 


1. 


Furnace structure- 


99. 


Arches, 


2. 


Automobile, 


97. 


Baffles and heat-retain- 




ers — 


98. 


Water-tube boilers, 


100. 


By-pass flue, 



Furnace structure- 
Coking — 
Gas passing under 
grate, 
Cremation, 
Double fire-box — 
Alternate smoke - re- 
turn — 
Over fire, 
Under fire, 
Downdraft, 
Feeding air — 
Fire-box — 
Double, 
Locomotive, 
Hollow grate, 
Horizontal base, 
Feeding air and steam — 
Boiler-controlled, 
Fire-box — 
Bridge- wall arch, 
Door and bridge-wall 

arch, 
Door-arch, 
Drop-arch, 
Interstitial outlet, 
Locomotive, 
Superimposed — 
Intermediate draft, 
Heaters — 
Locomotive, 
Meeting furnace- 
gases, 
Horizontal base, 
Time-limit, 
'Undergrate — 
Deflectors, 
Locomotive, 
Feeding steam — 

Fire-box, 
Feeding steam and wa- 
ter— 
Undergrate, 
Feeding water, 
Fine fuel burned in sus- 
pension, 
Fire-box — 
Adjustable, 
Bridge- wall arch, 
Door and bridge-wall 

arch, 
Door-arch, 
Drop-arch, 
Exterior, detachable, 
Interstitial outlet, 
Locomotive, 
Superimposed— 
Intermediate draft, 
Gas or oil and solid fuel, 
Gas-producer, 
Grateless, 
Horizontal base. 
Horizontal cylindrical 

boiler, 
Magazine — 

Cage-grate, 
Multiple series, 
Progressive-feed — 
Grate — 
Boiler-controlled, 
Chain — 
Bridge-wall feed, 



Class 110.— Continued. 



Furnace structure- 
Progress i ve-f eed — 
Grate- 
Chain — 
Locomotive, 
Multiple fuel, 
Raking-bar, 
Reciprocating-bar, 
Rocking-bar, 
Rotary — 
Horizontal axis, 
Vertical axis, 
Underfeed — 
Center-feed— 
Continuous, 
Separate charges, 
Progressive- feed 
grate — 
Double, 
Single, 
Refuse — 
Brush, portable, 
Stubble, 
Stump, 
Reversible draft, 
Smoke and gas return — 
Before passing boiler- 
flues — 
From fire-box, 
Locomotive, 
Straw burners and feed- 
ers — 
Fire-box, exterior, de- 
tachable, 
Wet-fuel— 
Fuel-support above 

grate, 
Garbage and sewage — 
Closed retort, 
Dry closets, 
Drying-conveyer, 
Reverberatory plat- 
form, 



Furnace structure— 
Wet-fuel— 
Garbage and sewage— 

13. Rotary grate, verti- 

cal axis, 

14. Rotary retort, 
10. Steam-boiler, 
16. Underfeed. 

183. Smoke-purifiers. 

184. Smoke-stacks. 

119. Spark-arresters— 

121. Combined stack and 
smoke-box, 

120. Furnace-conductor, 
.122. Smoke-box— 

129. Discharge-valve, 

124. Divided, 

123. Draft-regulator, 

127. Ejector, 

125. Hood, 

126. Vertical-drum, 

128. Water-receptacle, 

130. Stack— 

133. Annular receptacle — 

134. Conductor, 

135. Cent ral discharge 

downward, 

136. Central discharge up- 

ward, 

131. Feeding air, 

141. Heads, symmetrical, 

132. Return-current, 

137. Rotary baffle, 

138. Spiral baffle, station- 

ary— 

139. Separator, 

142. Steam or water spray, 

140. Tangential separator, 

143. Water-receptacle, 

144. Water-receptacle. 

145. Spark and smoke conduc- 

tors — 

146. Train. 



Class 237.- 



-HEAT-DISTRIBUTING SYSTEMS. (XIX.) 
Subclasses. 



1. Air— 

2. Steam or water. 
Car— 

3. Air, 

4. Steam, 

5. Water. 
Local— 

6. Air, 

7. Steam, 

8. Water. 

9. Steam. 
Train— 

10. Air, 



Train— 

11. Smoke, 

12. Steam, 

13. Water— 

14. Steam. 

15. Water— 

16. Steam. 

17. Pipe-hangers. 

18. Steam-radiators— 

19. Attachments, 

20. Heat-diffusing elements. 



Class 126.— STOVES AND FURNACES, (xix.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 20, p. 6.) 



Subclasses. 



242. Ash discharge and collect- 
ing- 
Ash-pans — 

Sifting, 
Combined stove and ash- 
pan. 

285. Dampers— 

286. Distance operating de- 

vices — 

Door-operated, 
Fireplace, 
Stove — 

Draft, 

Repair, 
Stovepipe- 
Combined damper and 
ventilator, 

Cone, 

Lock and indicator, 

Multiple, 

Sinuous passage. 



243. 
244. 
245. 



287. 
288. 
289. 
290. 
291. 
292. 
293. 

294. 
295. 
296. 
297. 



281. Dough-raisers— 

282. Lamp type. 

201. Fenders— 

202. Fire screen or guard, 

203. Fireplace-hearth. 
298. Fire-dogs. 

120. Fireplaces — 

134. Air - moistening attach- 

ments, 

135. Blowers— 

136. Stove structure, 

137. Cooking and oven at- 

tachments, 

130. Firebacks— 

131. Hot-air, 

138. Fronts— 

139. Frames, 

140. Grate-closure, 

141. Heat-reflector, 

142. Hoods, 

143. Hearths, 



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DIVISION XIX.— Continued. 





Class 126 — Continued. 




Class 126 — Continued. 




Fireplaces — 




Heating-drums — 




Stoves — 




Stoves — 


121. 


Hot-air- 


188. 


Stovepipe — 




Cooking- 




Heating — 


123. 


Stove structure — 


189. 


Hot-air. 


55. 


Combined base and hot 




Liquid or gaseous 


124. 


Magazine, 


99. 


Hot-air furnaces — 




closet, 




fuel- 


122. 


Two-room heaters, 


113. 


Air-moisteners, 


4. 


Combined cooking and 




Gas— 


127. 


Liquid or gaseous fuel- 


114. 


Casings, 




heating stove — 




Open-front— 


128. 


Asbestos fireback — 


102. 


Circular radiating-drum, 


6. 


Air-heating, 


89. 


Hot-air, 


129. 


Hot-air, 


100. 


Combined furnace and 


7. 


Magazine, 


91. 


Radiator type, 


126. 


Stove structure, 




cooking-stove, 


5. 


Steam or water gen- 


93. 


Liquid — 


125. 


Two-room direct radia- 


101. 


Combined furnace and 




erators, 


94. 


Flue-connected, 




tion, 




steam or water, 


2. 


Double fire-pot — 


95. 


Vapor, 


132. 


Water-backs — 


110. 


Compressed-air, 


3. 


Cooking and heating, 


96. 


Wick- 


133. 


Liquid or gaseous fuel. 


111. 


Double fire-pot, 




Elevated ovens — 


97. 


Heating and illu- 


144. 


Fire-pots and linings — 


103. 


Downdraft, 


17. 


Smoke-pipe heated, 




minating, 


145. 


Adjustable, 


115. 


Dust-flue, 


18. 


Top-plate supported, 


98. 


Joints, 


147. 


Divided, 


112. 


Feeding air, 


15. 


Feeding air, 


73. 


Magazine — 


146. 


Feeding air, 


104. 


Horizontal combustion- 


16. 


Flue-cleaners, 


74. 


Revertible -draft, 


148. 


Fire-plate, 




chamber, 


12. 


Hearths — 




base-heating, 




Rotary — 


105. 


Hot-air equalizers, 


13. 


Fire-pot, 


62. 


Open-front — 


149. 


Horizontal axis, 


106. 


Internal air-chamber, 


9. 


Knockdown or separa- 


63. 


Hot-air, 


150. 


Vertical axis, 


119. 


Joints, 




ble, 


59.5. Orchard, 


151. 


Sectional. 


116. 


Liquid or gaseous fuel, 




Liquid or gaseous 


64. 


Panel, 


204. 


Foot-warmers — 


107. 


Magazine, 




fuel- 


75. 


Revertible-draft, base- 


205. 


Bed-heaters, 


117. 


Preliminary air-heater, 


37. 


Cabinet, 




heating, 


206. 


Composition-fuel, 


118. 


Radiating-flanges, 


36. 


Combined coal and 


65. 


Sheet-metal— 


207. 


Heated-block, 


108. 


Secondary heating-cham- 




gas, 


66. 


Hot-air, 


208. 


Liquid or gaseous fuel- 




ber horizontally ar- 


38. 


Folding or nesting 


79. 


Smoke and gas return- 


209. 


Combined heater and 




ranged, 




kit, 




ing, 




lantern, 


109. 


Tubular air-heater. 


39. 


Gas — 


81. 


Stove-plates, 


210. 


Water-heater. 


325. 


Hot-air registers — 


41. 


Broilers, 


80. 


Ventilating attach- 


283. 


Fuel-boxes. 


330. 


Air-moistening attach- 


40. 


Burner-stands, 




ments. 


284. 


Glue-pots. 




ments, 


42. 


Safety attach- 


332. 


Stove-shelves — 


152. 


Grates — 


327. 


Border or frame, 




ments, 


333. 


Brackets or stands, 


153. 


Adjustable— 


328. 


Flush-surface, 




Liquid — 


334. 


Drop — 


154. 


Vertically, 


331. 


Foot-rests, 


43. 


Alcohol, 


335. 


Door-operated, 


155. 


Agitating — 


329. 


Heat-distributer, 


51. 


Drip pan or recep- 


336. 


Fireplace-grate, 


157. 


Alternate bar, 


326. 


Wall. 




tacle, 


337. 


Oven shelf or rack- 


156. 


Alternate ends, 


272. 


Liquid-sterilizers. 


44. 


Vapor, 


338. 


Rotary, 


158. 


Dumping, 




Ovens — 


45. 


Wick— 


339. 


Sliding — 


159. 


Pocket, 


273. 


Domestic — 


46. 


Extension-top, 


340. 


Door-operated, 


160. 


Closures, 


274. 


Dutch, 


47. 


Lamp type — 


341. 


Stovepipe- 


161. 


Cut-off, 


275. 


Portable, 


48. 


Combined top, 


342. 


Drop, 


162. 


Dumping, 


276. 


Wagon. 




chimney, and 


343. 


Swinging. 


163. 


Feeding air, 


277. 


Platforms — 




burner, 


226. 


Tool-heaters — 


164. 


Fireplace — 


278. 


Stove-boards — 


49. 


R e s e r voir-sup- 


227. 


Flat-iron — 


165. 


Basket, 


279. 


Ventilating. 




portingtopand 


228. 


Attachments, 


166. 


Fuel cut-off, 


280. 


Soot-catchers. 




burner, 


229. 


Liquid or gaseous fuel — 


167. 


Grate-bar — 


190. 


Stove doors and win- 


50. 


Supporting- 


230. 


Flat-iron, 


168. 


Removable fuel - sup- 




dows — 




frame, 


231. 


Gas-burner attach- 




port, 


191. 


Balanced, 


52. 


Valve mechanism, 




ments — 


169. 


Operating mechanism, 


192. 


Door-operator, 




article-controlled, 


232. 


Combined lighting 




Oscillatory- 


193. 


Feeding air, 


53. 


Water-backs — 




and heating, 


170. 


Vertical axis — 


194. 


Hinges, 


54. 


Combined burner 


233. 


Jet-mixer, 


171. 


Dumping-section, 


195. 


Knobs, 




and water-back, 


234. 


Tool-c o n t r o 1 1 e d 


172. 


Sliding section, 


196. 


Latches — 


10. 


Magazine — 




valve, 


173. 


Raking attachments, 


197. 


Combined latch and 


11. 


Portable, 


235. 


Lamp attachments, 


174. 


Reciprocating — 




operator, 


19. 


Ovens— 


236. 


Soldering-iron — 


175. 


Alternate bar, 


198. 


Oven-doors, ventilating, 


22. 


Protector-plate, 


237. 


Gas-heaters — 


176. 


Rocking-bar — 


199. 


Thermometer attach- 


20. 


Steam or hot water, 


238. 


Tool-c o n t r o 1 1 e d 


177. 


Dumping, 




ments, 


21. 


Ventilated, 




valve. 


178. 


Duplex, 


200. 


Transparent-panel. 


23. 


Reversible, 


239. 


Liquid-fuel — 


179. 


Grate-bar — 


299. 


Stove-hoods — 


24. 


Ship's galley, 


240. 


Combined heater 


180. 


Removable fuel-sup- 


300. 


Stove-discharge, 


25. 


Summer — 




and solder-pot, 




port, 


301. 


Stovepipe-discharge — 


26. 


Detachable fire-pot, 


241. 


Lamp. 




Rotary — 


302. 


Stove-casing, 


27. 


St o ve-t op sup- 




Trash-burners — 


181. 


Horizontal axis, 


303. 


Top-plate casing. 




ported — 


222. 


Cooking-stoves — 


182. 


Vertical axis. 




Stove implements- 


28. 


Stove- flue con- 


223. 


Feeding attachments, 




Heaters- 


320. 


Combined, 




nected, 


224. 


Domestic-refuse burners. 


246. 


Dish, 


321. 


Fire-tong, 


29. 


Field— 


225. 


Heating-stoves. 


247. 


Frictional, 


322. 


Handles, 


30. 


Supporting-frame, 


344. 


Water-heaters — 




Liquid or gaseous fuel — 


323. 


Lid-lifter, 


32. 


Spittoon attachments, 


345. 


Kettle-furnace — 




Attachments — 


324. 


Poker. 


33. 


Tables, steam-heated, 


346. 


Canning, 


248. 


Drum, 


304. 


Stove-legs — 


34. 


Water-backs — 


347. 


Horizontal combns- 


249. 


Gas-jet- 


305. 


Base-supports, 


35. 


Safety devices, 




tion-chamber, 


250. 


Air — 


306. 


Sheet-metal. 




Water-heating — 


348. 


Steam generators and 


251. 


Jet-mixer, 


211. 


Stove lids and tops — 


31. 


Flue extension, 




cookers, 


252. 


Article-support — 


212. 


Centers or cross-pieces, 


58. 


Heating — 


349. 


Tilting, 


253. 


Jet-mixer, 


213. 


Illuminating, 


82. 


Adjustable pipe-collar, 


350. 


Liquid or gaseous fuel — 


254. 


Combined, 


217. 


Heating-stove — 


59. 


Camp, 


351. 


Automatic, 


255. 


Lamp — 


218. 


Cooking attachments, 


83. 


Deflector-plate, 


352. 


Auxiliary — 


256. 


Article-support, 


219. 


Ornaments and urns, 


76. 


Downdraft, 


353. 


Detachable, 




Chimney-heaters — 


220. 


Lids, 


77. 


Feeding air, 


354. 


Coil, 


257. 


Air, 


214. 


Liquid or gaseous fuel — 
Elevating-support, 


78. 


Feeding steam, 


355. 


Drip-plate, 


258. 


Article-support, 


215. 


60. 


Horizontal body — 


356. 


Film, 




Stands — 


216. 


Extension-top, 


61. 


Hot-air, 


357. 


Hinged or separable, 


259. 


Air-heaters, 


221. 


Stove-mats. 


67. 


Hot-air — 


358. 


Lamp type, 


260. 


Article-support, 


307. 


Stovepipes — 


71. 


Central air-tube, 


359. 


Overflow, 


261. 


Lunch— 


313. 


Air - moistening attach- 


70. 


Internal air-cham- 


360. 


Submerged, 


262. 


Combined can and 




ments, 




ber, 


361. 


Stand-boilers — 




heater- 


310. 


Elbows — 


68. 


Magazine, 


362. 


Circulation, 


263. 


Chemical heater, 


311. 


Changeable angle, 


69. 


Revertible -draft, 


363. 


Supports, 


264. 


Fireless cookers, 


308. 


Joints or couplings, 




base-heating, 


369. 


Steaming apparatus, 


265. 


Liquid or gaseous 


309. 


Seam, 


72. 


Tubular air-heaters, 


364. 


Stovepipe — 




fuel— 


312. 


Ventilation. 




Liquid or gaseous 


365. 


Circulation, 


266. 


Dinner-buckets — 


314. 


Stovepipe-thimbles — 




fuel- 




Submerged — 


267. 


Combined bucket 


315. 


Adjustable flue-collar, 


84. 


Combined h e a t i ng 


366. 


Closed systems pipes, 




and lantern, 


316. 


Combined thimble and 




and ventilating, 


367. 


Portable, 


268. 


Wagon, 




ventilator, 


85. 


Gas — 


368. 


Stationary, 


269. 


Powder, 


317. 


Floor or ceiling plates, 


90. 


Hot-air, 




Vessels — 


270. 


Solar — 


319. 


Flue-stoppers, 


92. 


Incandescent fire- 


370. 


Steam or water heat- 


271. 


Water. 


318. 


Stovepipe anchor or lock. 




grate, 




ed- 


183. 


Heating-drums — 




Stoves — 


86. 


Open-front — 


371. 


Closed chamber or 


184. 


Air-heating attachments, 


56. 


Car- 


87. 


Asbestos fi r e - 




coil, 


185. 


Chimney attachments, 


57. 


Protective casings, 




back — 


372. 


Jet. 


186. 


Portable heat-radi- 
ators — 


1. 

8. 


Cooking — 
Brick-set, 


88. 


Hot-air, 






187. 


Hot-air, 


14. 


Broiling attachments, 











(48) 



DIVISION XX. 



EXAMINER WILKINSON 



GLASSES.— 3, Artificial Limbs ; 16, Builders' Hardware ; 32, Dentistry; 70, Locks ami Latcb.es; 109, Safes; 

27, Undertaking. 



Class 3.— ARTIFICIAL LIMBS, (xx.) 

Subclasses. 



i. \nus and hands. 


3. Legs. 


1. Articulators. 


7. Oporativc. 


4. Crutches. 


0. Leg-joints. 


12. Bridgework. 


8. Pluggers — 
18. Air, 


">. Foot extensions. 


7. Plastic splints. 


13. Disks and holders. 


2, Fracture apparatus. 




14. Engines — 


24. Angle attachments, 






21. Bracket-supports, 


25. Hand-operated, 






23. Friction-gear, 


26. Power-operated. 


Class 16.— BU ILDERS 


' HARDWARK. (xx.) 


22. Standard-supports. 
3. Foil-condensers. 


19. Regulators and spaoers. 

20. Rubber-dam clamps. 


Subcl 


2SSeS. 


15. Handpieces — 


33. Saliva-ejectors. 






11. Angle attachments. 


9. Teeth— 


1. Blind-stops. 


Hinges — 


16. Jaw-braces. 


32. Filling, 


2. Bolts— 


109. Flush, 


17. Matrices. 


29. Metal-crown, 


61. Double-door, 


49. Gate, 


4. Mechanical. 


30. Porcelain-crown. 


63. Multiple, 


163. Gravitating, 


5. Miscellaneous. 


10. Tools— 


66. Operators, 


111. Lock, frictional, 


6. Molds. 


31. Burs, 


64. Sliding, 


110. Lock, positive, 


27. Mouth-mirrors. 


34. Forceps. 


65. Sliding and rotary. 


112. Longitudinally-a d j u s t- 
able, 


28. Obtunders. 




3. Carpet-fasteners — 






68. Clasps, 


14. Safe, 






69. Moldings, 


25. Spring, 




$ 


70. Strips, 


27. Table, 






71. Tack-fasteners. 


113. Vertically-adjustable. 






4. Casters— 


Sash-balarices — 






164. Adjustable, 


114. Friction, 






Antifriction-rollers — 


115. Spring— 






73. Loose, 


148. Drum and cord, 






72. Pivoted, 


149. Friction-roller, 






45. Ball— 


150. Gear and rack, 






151. Antifriction-rollers, 


116. Weight. 






152. Pivoted, 


16. Sash-cord fasteners— 






165. Leg-elevators — 

166. Frame, 
168. Locked, 


125. Weight. 






17. Sash-cord guides. 

18. Sash-fasteners — 


Class 70.— LOCKS AND LATCHES, (xx.) 


76. Pintle-retainers 
74. Spring, 


117. Gear and rack, 
53. Lifts, 


Subclasses. 


167. Temporary, 


51. Mid-rail, 


116. Bag-fasteners. 


Locks— 


75. Wheels. 


52. Right-angle, 


3. Box-fasteners — 


75. Pivoted-tumbler, 


6. Door-checks — 


118. Rod-clamps, 


80. Seal, 


23. Seal— 


77. Buffers, 


119. Sliding bolts. 
19. Sash-holders — 


81. Sliding-bolt, 


95. Seals, 


80. Catches and buffers, 


82. Spring-catch. 


31. Sliding-door, 


79. Catches, floor, 


121. Clamps, 


83. Hasp-fasteners. 


76. Sliding-tumbler, 


78. Catches, wall, 


120. Combined fasteners, 


7. Key-fasteners— 


79. Systems of locks, 


81. Chain or link, 


122. Foot, 


65. Portable. 


25. Till, 


83. Foot-bolt, 


54. Roller-bearing, 


8. Keyhole-guards — 


26. Time, 


82. Foot-lever, 


124. Wedges. 


61. Sliding and pivoted. 


27. Trunk— 


84. Sliding-bolt, 


20. Sash-weights. 


9. Keys. 


115. Swinging-hasp, 


85. Trippers, 


22. Shutter-bowers. 


10. Knobs. 


77. Tumbler and dog, 


86. Weights. 


Shutters — 


11. Knob attachments — 


78. Without tumblers. 


46. Door checks and closers — 


23. Fasteners — 


84. Key-fasteners, 


15. Lock-strikes— 


88. Liquid, 


126. Bars or bolts. 


85. Screw-spindle, 


52. Electric. 


87. Pneumatic. 


Catches — 


86. Set-screw and pin fas- 


16. Lock-trimmings. 


47. Door-closers, gravitating. 


128. Double, 


tener, 


29. Locks and latches com- 


7. Door-hangers — 


131. Gravity, 


87. Spring-fastener, 


bined. 


89. Brackets, 


130. Rod, 


88. Wedge-fastener. 


17. Padlocks— 


156. Lever, 


127. Single, 


12. Knob-roses, 


104. Divided-shackle, 


157. Releasing, 


155. Sliding, 


41. Knob-spindle fasteners. 


110. Indicator- 


90. Roller-carriage— 


129. Wall, 


Latches — 


Ill. Pivoted-shackle, 


91. Ball-bearing, 


55. Combined sash, 


64. Automatic-detent, 


19. Permutation — 


92. Sliding, 


56. Fire, 


28. Gate, 


112. Pivoted-shackle, 


93.' -Stay-rollers. 


132. Hooks, 


51. Gravity, 


113. Sliding-shackle, 


8. Door-securers — 


133. Operators, 


44. Lifting— 


96. Pin, 


154. Braces. 


24. Workers — 


45. Hooked-end, 


105. Pivoted-shackle— 


9. Door-springs — 


57. Combined slat, 


43. Pivoted-end, 


106. Sliding-bolt, 


94. Bow, 


134. Cord or chain, 


21. Reversible, 


107. Rotating-shackle, 


95. India-rubber, 


135. Levers, 


42. Sliding, 


97. Seal, 


96. Lever attachments, 


136. Rotary-shaft, 


49. Swinging. 


108. Sliding-shackle. 


98. Sliding-door, 


137. Sliding-shaft, 


14. Locks— 


18. Permutation— 


97. Strap and pulley attach- 


138. Sliding-shutter. 


2. Bag, 


56. Dials, 


ments, 


26. Stair-rods and securers — 


90. Bicycle, 


55. Hasp, 


99. Torsional — 


139. Buttons, 


4. Car-seat, 


66. Keyhole-guards, 


100. Coiled, 


140. Fasteners, 


46. Cylinder, 


58. Knob-pins, 


101. Flat, 


141. Rods. • 


91. Cylinder-knob — 


57. Operating-handle, 


102. Volute. 


162. Suspending-hooks— 


92. Multiple-key, 


54. Push-pin, 


158. Ferrules, rings, and thim- 


161. Portable. 


50. Electric— 


53. Rotating tumblers, 


bles— 


37. Till-alarms. 


63. Combination, 


60. Sliding tumblers, 


159. Ferrule-tips, 


28. Transom-lifters— 


62. Time, 


59. Spindles, 


160. Ring-ferrules 
10. Handles— 


142. Pivots. 


5. Hasp, 


67. Till-locks. 


29. Window-bead fasteners. 


6. Indicator, 


94. Seal- bolts. 


103. Coffin— 


30. Window and door but- 


74. Multiple-bolt, 


117. Seal-buckles. 


153. Braces. 


tons — 


69. Multiple-key— 


98. Seals— 


11. Hinges — 


58. Automatic, 


70. Adjustable tumbler, 


99. Automatic-catch, 


48. Awning-blind, 


143. Sliding bolts, 


71. Master-key, 


100. Box and bag, 


104. Box, 


144. Screw, 


72. Primary and second- 


101. Box-strap. 


5. Coach, 


59. Strips, 


ary, 


24. Shackles. 


.05. Concealed, 


145. Trippers, 


73. Trap, 


102. Sliding-door fasteners. 


06. Door— 


146. Vertically-swinging. 


20. Piano, 


103. Trunk-fasteners. 


.07. Butt. 




47. Pin— 




.08. Strap, 




93. Multiple-key, 




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Class 32.-DKNT1.STKV. (xx.) 
Subclasses. 



DIVISION XX.— Continued. 



Class 109.— SAFES, (xx ) 
Subclasses. 



1. Burglar-proof. 

4. Circular-door. 

5. Express. 

2. Fireproof. 

6. Gas and explosives. 
11. Pressure mechanism. 



3. Safe bolt-work — 
9. Automatic 

10. Safe-filling. 

7. Safety-deposit. 

12. Safety-deposit boxes. 

8. Water and air. 



Class 27.— UNDERTAKING, (xx.) 





Subclasses. 


1. 


Biers. 




Coffins— 


2. 


Burial apparatus— 


15. 


Life-signals, 


5. 


Grave-fillers, 


16. 


Linings and coverings 
Metallic, 


6. 


Raising and lowering. 


7. 


3. 


Coffins— 


8. 


Plastic material, 


10. 


Brackets, 


17. 


Shields, 


11. 


Corners, 


9. 


Wooden. 


12. 


Fasteners, 


4. 


Embalming- 


13. 


Head-rests, 


18. 


Apparatus, 


14. 


Lids, 


19. 


Processes 



(50) 



DIVISION XXI. 



EXAMINER GILES. 



GLASSES. -13, Brakes and Gins ; 19, Carding ; 26, Cloth-Finishing ; 28, Cordage ; 38, Felt and Fur ; 
66, Knitting and Netting ; 117, Silk ; 118, Spinning ; 139, Weaving. 



Class 13.— BRAKES and gins, (xxi.) 
Subclasses. 



10. 


Delinting cotton-seed. 




2, Hackling-machines. 


1. 


Gin attachments. 




3. Hair-pickers. 


11. 


Gin-brushes. 




4. Oakum-machines. 


17. 


Gin-condensers. 




5. Processes. 


12. 


Gin-feeders— 




0. Reciprocating brakes. 


19. 


Pneumatic. 




7. Roller-gins. 


13. 


Gin-ribs. 




21. Rotary brakes — 


20. 


Gin-rollers. 




16. Breakers and crushers, 


15. 


Gin-saw cleaners. 




18. Scutchers. 


14. 


Gin-saws. 




9. Saw-gius. 




Class 19. 


—CAB 
Subcl 


.DING, (xxi.) 
asses. 


10. 


Balling heads. 




14. Fleece-removers. 


1. 


Burring. 




8. Lapping. 


2. 


Card-clothing. 




19. Opener-beaters. 


Z. 


Carding. 




20. Opener evening mechanism 


5. 


Coilers 

Comb tebbing mechan 




9. Pickers. 


17. 


ism. 


21. Screens. 


6. 


Combing— 




25. Stopping. 


24. 


Circle combs. 




15. Stripping mechanism. 


12. 


Covering yarn. 




23. Traveling-flat cards. 


22 


Cylinders'and rollers. 




10. Wadding. 


18! 


Dust-trunks. 




11. Wool-oiling. 


7. 


Feeding cards. 






13. 


Fleece dividers and condens- 
ers. 






Class 26.— CL 


DTH-1 

Subcl 


"INISHING. (xxi.) 
asses. 


10. 


Beetling. 




5. Pressing. 


11. 


Calendering. 




13. Rigging. 


9. 


Cutting lace and looped fab- 


6. Shearing. 




rics. 




14. Singeing. 


2. 


Finishing. 




7. Sponging. 


12. 


Finishing cut pile fabrics. 


8. Stretching. 


3. 


Folding. 




16. Stretching and drying. 


18. 


Guiding. 




17. Winding. 


4. 


Napping — 






19. 


Planetary machines. 








Class 28. 


—COB 

Subcl 


DAGE. (xxi.) 
asses. 



23. Balls. 

2. Banding. 

3. Bobbin-supporters. 

4. Braiding. 

24. Braiding carriers. 

25. Braids. 

21. Cord and rope machines. 

5. Cords and ropes. 

6. Covering cord. 

7. Finishing yarn and thread. 
27. Fuse and packing machines. 
29. Lease-formers. 

9. Packaging braid and yarn. 

10. Reels. 

11. Separating rope. 



13. Tassels. 

33. Tying yarns. 

14. Warping. 

30. Warping-reeds. 

31. Warping stop-motions. , 

32. Winding balls. 
Winding bobbins — 

17. Sewing-machine shuttle, 

15. Warp-wind, 

16. Weft-wind, 

22. Winding heddle and seine 
needles. 

18. Winding spools. 

19. Winding tatting-shuttles. 

20. Yarn guides and clearers. 



Class 38.— FELT AND FUR 
Subclasses. 

7. Fabrics. 

8. Felting-maehines. 

9. Flock-cutting. 



(xxi.) 



10. Forming bats. 

11. Fulling. 

12. Furs and pelts. 



Class 66.— KNITTING AND NETTING, (xxi.) 



Subclasses. 



19. Circular machines — 

20. Dial, 

21. Independent needles- 

22. Dial— 

23. Fashioning, 

24. Fashioning, 

25. Looper pin and hook 
17. Crocheting. 

3. Darning. 

4. Fabrics. 
12. Feeding. 

26. Loopers, sinkers, and 

holders. 



web- 



5. Needles. 

6. Netting. 

27. Rotary burs and sinkers. 

7. Stopping. 

28. Straight machines — 

29. Cams and stops, 

30. Fashioning, 

31. Looper pin and hook. 
9. Take-ups and tensions. 

10. Tatting. 

32. Transferring devices. 

33. Traverse warp-machines. 

34. Warp and weft machines. 



Class 117.-SILK. (xxi.) 
Subclasses. 



1. Assorting. • 


6 Stretching. 


3. Cocooneries. 


7. Throwing. 


4. Doubling. 


8. Winding. 


5. Silk. 




Class 118.-SPINNING. (xxi.) 


Subclasses. 


1. Bobbin and cop builders. 


11. Rings and travelers. 


31. Bobbin and spindle con- 


27. Spindles and a p p u r t e 


nectors. 


nances. 


2. Bobbins. 


25. Spindles and bearings — 


26. Clearers. 


18. Bolsters, 


30. Covering yarn. 


19. Combined bearings, 


5. Domestic. 


20. Sleeve whirls and stand 


6. Doubling. 


ards, 


7. Drawing and evening. 


21. Steps. 


23. Drawing-rollers. 


24. Spindle-driving devices. 


17. Drawing stop mechanism. 


12. Stopping. 


28. Drawing-trumpets. 


22. Top-roll saddles. 


29. Fliers. 


13. Throstles and caps. 


8. Hemp, flax, and hair. 


14. Twisting-heads. 


9. Mules and jacks. 


16. Yarn-controllers. 


10. Ring-frames. 





Class 139.— WEAVING, (xxi.) 



Subclasses. 



Bag-turning machines. 
Carpet-rag loopers. 
Chenille. 

Chenille-machines. 
Cutting double pile fabrics. 
Driving and lay motions. 
Fabrics — 

Elastic, 

Pile, 

Tubular. 
Fringe-machines. 
Fringes. 
Heddle-frames. 
Heddle-machines. 
Heddles. 

Jacquard mechanism. 
Lay structures. 
Lease-rods. 
Looms — 

Bag, 

Basket, 

Buttonhole, 

Circular, 

Cross-weaving, 

Haircloth, 

Hand, 

Irregular, 

Lappet, 

Narrow-ware, 

Needle, 

Pile-fabric — 
Longitudinal wires, 
Pile-wires, 
Pile-wire motions, 
Terry, 
Tufted, 

Slat, cane, and straw, 

Swivel, 

Weft-replenishing, 

Wire. 
Loose-reed motions. 
Pattern-chains. 



22. Picker-checks. 
21. Pickers. 

86. Reed-machines, 

87. Reeds. 
Shedding — 

78. Cam and treadle, 

80. Harness connections, 

88. Harness-retractors, 

79. Pattern-controlled. 

27. Shuttles— 

44. Cop-cell and cover, 

45. Float-detecting, 

46. Guides and tensions, 

89. Spindles and tips, 

90. Weft-detecting. 

28. Shuttle-boxes. 

29. Shuttle-checks. 

30. Shuttle-guards. 
Shuttle-motions — 

48. Fly, 

83. Magnetic, 
69. Pneumatic, 

49. Positive. 

43. Shuttle-threaders. 
52. Stopping— 
51. Protector mechanism, 
Warp stop-motions — 

91. Electrical, 

92. Mechanical, 

54. Weft stop-motions. 
61. Take-ups and let-offs — 

56. Beams, 

57. Escapement let-offs, 

58. Friction let-offs, 

81. Guide and whip rolls, 

59. Let-offs, 

60. Take-ups. 

36. Temples. 

82. Treating warp and web 

37. Tying in warps. 

38. Weft-forks. 



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DIVISION XXII 



EXAMINER COLWELL. 



Glasses— 124, Air-Guns, Catapults, and Targets; 102, Ammunition and Explosive Devices; 9, Boats and 
Buoys; 42, Firearms; 115, Marine Propulsion; 89, Ordnance; 239, Railway-Kails and Joint?; 
238, Railway-Ties and Fasteners ; 114, Ships, 



Class 124.— AIR-GUNS, CATAPULTS, AND TARGETS. 
(XXII.) 

(For definitions see Bulletin No. 6, p. 7.) 



.. Targets— 
15.5. Aim-reeorders, 
Flying- 
Balls, 
Moving. 
Target-traps— 
Magazine, 

Pivoted throwing-arm • 
Rotatable. 





Subclasses 


7. 


Bows and cross-bows. 


15. ' 


1. 


Catapults — 


15.5 


2. 


Rubber-spring. 


17. 




Guns — 


18. 


g 


Air — 


16. 


9. 


Blow, 


3. ' 


10. 


Spring — 


4. 


11. 


Magazine, 


5. 


12. 
13. 
14. 


Spring — 
Magazine, 
Rubber. 


6. 



CLASS 102.— AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVE DEVICES, 
(xxn.) 

(For definitions see Bulletin No. 5, p. 6.) 



5. Blasting— 

6. Cartridges— 

7. Electric, 

8. Fuses— 

9. Caps, 
}0. Electric, 
}l. Plugs. 

1 2. Cartridges — 

13. Accelerating, 

14. ' Practice, 

18. Primers— 

19. Electric, 

16. Shells— 

17. Breech structure, 

15. Shot. 

1. Miscellaneous. 
43. Primers. 

26. Projectiles— 

27. Bomb-lances, 

33. Canister, 

28. Capped or covered 

34. Line-carrying, 



Subclasses. 






Projectiles- 




31. 


Lubricating, 




35. 


Oil-distributing, 




40. 


Sabots— 




41. 


Wedge-expanded 




32. 


Self-rotating, 




29. 


Shells- 




36. 


Fuses — 




37. 


Combination, 




38. 


Electric, 




39. 


Percussion, 




30. 


High-explosive, 




42. 


Wads. 




20. 


Pyrotechnics — 




21. 


Cartridges, 




22. 


Fire-crackers, 




23. 


Rockets, 




24. 


Torches, 




25. 


Toy torpedoes. 




2. 


Torpedoes— 




3. 


Submarine mines, 




4. 


Well. 



Class 9.— BOATS AND BUOYS, (xxn.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 8, p. 3.) 



Subclasses. 



1. Boats — 

6. Hull construction — 
6.5. Formers and framers, 
5. Hunting, 

3. Life-boats — 

4. Inclosed, 

7. Seats and foot-supports, 

2. Sectional and folding. 

8. Buoys — 

8.5. Oil-distributers, 
10. Safes, 

9. Wreck-indicating. 

22. Hoisting and lowering — 

23. Detaching devices. 



17. Life-preservers— 

20. Garment, 

18. Mechanical propulsion, 

19. Self-inflating. 

11. Life-rafts — 

13. Mattress, 

12. Ship parts and furniture. 

14. Life-saving apparatus. 

24. Oars— 

25. Bow-facing. 

15. Rafting and booming — 

16. Timber-couplings. 

26. Rowlocks. 

21. Swimming appliances. 



Class 42.— FIREARMS, (xxn.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 7, p. 11.) 





Subclasses. 


76. 


Barrels — 




Breech-loading — 


77. 


Auxiliary, 




Upward-tilting breech — 


79. 


Choke devices, 


47. 


Ejectors- 


78. 


Rifling. 


48. 


Hammer, 


86. 


Bayonets. 


46. 


Extractors, 


2. 


Breech-loading — 


41. 


Locke- 




Automatic — 


43. 


Cocking devices, 


3. 


Gas-operated, 


42. 


Single-trigger. 


4. 


Recoil-operated, 


52. 


Cane-guns. 


8. 


Breech-hinged barrel, 


84. 


Electric appliances. 


9. 


Faucet breech-block, 


85. 


Gun-trimmings. 


10. 


Forward-sliding barrel — 


90. 


Implements — 


11. 


Magazine, 


91. 


Cleaning — 


7. 


Grip magazine-pistols, 


92. 


Rod-joints, 


6. 


Magazine, 


93. 


Intrenching, 


49. 


Magazines- 


94. 


Rests, 


50. 


Box, 


95. 


Shell-extracting. 


12. 


Side-swinging barrel — 


69. 


Locks- 


13. 


Parallel pivot, 


70. 


Safety. 


14. 


Sliding breech-block — 


87. 


Magazine-chargers — 


15. 


Magazine, 


88. 


Packs^- 


16. 


Rearward — 


89. 


Revolver. 


25. 


Extractors, 


1. 


Miscellaneous. 


17. 


Magazine — 


51. 


Muzzle-loaders. 


18. 


Box, 


83. 


Nipples and guards. 


19. 


Rotary, 


53. 


Pistol-swords. 


20. 


Pivoted hammer — 


59. 


Revolvers — 


21. 


Magazine — 


63. 


Hinged-barrel — 


22. 


Box, 


64. 


Barrel-catches, 


23. 


Vertical mortise- 


65. 


Locks — 


24. 


Magazine, 


67. 


Cylinder-stops, 


5. 


Spring-motor operated, 


66. 


Safety devices, 


26. 


Swinging breech-block — 


60. 


Magazine-fed cylinder, 


28. 


Downward and rear- 


61. 


Muzzle-loaders, 




ward- 


68. 


Shell-extractors, 


29. 


Magazine, 


62. 


Swinging-cylinder. 


30. 


Laterally forward, 


80. 


Sights- 


31. 


Laterally rearward, 


81. 


Reflectors and illumina- 


27. 


Magazine, 




tors, 


32. 


Parallel pivot — 


82. 


Vertically-adjustable. 


33. 


Magazine, 


71. 


Stocks — 


34. 


Rearward and down- 


73. 


Adjustable 




ward- 


72. 


Auxiliary, 


35. 


Magazine, 


74. 


Cushioned, 


36. 


Upward and forward — 


75. 


Stock and barrel fasten- 


37. 


Magazine, 




ings. 


38. 


Upward and rearward- 


54. 


Toy- 


39. 


Magazine, 


55. 


Cannon, 


40. 


Upward-tilting breech— 


56. 


Liquid-throwing, 


44. 


Barrel-locks— 


58. 


Revolvers, 


45. 


Hamme r-cocking, 


57. 


Ribbon-fed. 



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DIVISION XXII.— CONTIN1 ED. 



Class 115. MARINE PROPULSION, ixxn.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. it, p. 11.1 



Subclasses, 



19, 


r.ihu .mi propellers 
Rotary hull. 




20. 


61. 


03. 


Chain propellers 
Feathering, 


54. 


65. 


53. 


64. 


Steering and adjustable. 


52. 


66. 


Crank-paddles 
Steering and adjustable. 




(17. 


50. 


11. 


Jet 


17. 


13. 


Explosive, 


18. 


14. 


Hydraulic — 


31. 


15. 


Pneumatlo-drive, 


33. 


10. 


Wheel-drive, 


32. 


12. 


Steering. 
Land and water boats— 


34. 


1. 


44. 


2 


IVdomotors. 


45. 


2l! 


Manual power — 


30. 


22. 


Catamaran, 


42. 


23. 


Paddle-wheel, 


39. 


24. 


Screw. 


41. 


as. 


Marine pedomotors — 


37. 


26. 


Catania ran, 


38. 


27. 


Bicycle-propelled. 


43. 


28. 


Oscillating propellers — 


40. 


30. 


Reversing, 


46. 


29. 


Steering. 


47. 


49. 


Paddle-wheels — 


48. 


61. 


Adjustable blades or 


35. 




buckets, 


0. 


02. 


Curvilinear blades or 


7. 




buckets, 


9. 


55. 


Feathering blades- 


10. 


50. 


Adjustable, 


8. 


60. 


Eccentrics, 


4. 


59. 


Gearing, 


5. 


58. 


Guides, tracks, etc.. 


3. 


o7. 


Radial axis, 





Paddle-y heels 

Fit ling and driving — 
Depl ii regulation, 

Channels and ways. 

Horizontal and Inclined 
wheels, 
Steering, 
Portable propellers- 
Steering. 
Reciprocating p ropel le rs — 
Reversing, 
Steering. 
Screw-propellers — 
Adjustable blades- 
Reversing, 
Fitting and driving- 
Casings and shields, 
Channels and ways, 
Depth regulation! 
Multiple or twin screw — 

Side, 
rropeller-shaft brakes, 
Self- clearing, 
Radial blades- 
Removable, 
Rirhs or cylinders, 
Steering. 
Towing — 
Cable systems, 
Ground-wheels or polers, 
Towing-machines, 
Track systems. 
Wave propulsion — 

Oscillating weight, 
Wind-motors. 



Class 



-ORDNANCE, (xxn.) 



(For definitions see Supplement No. 4, p. 2996.) 



Subclasses. 



S, Accelerating. 
Automatic — 

2. Gas-operated, 

3. Recoil-operated. 

14. Barrels — 

16. Composite, 

15. Wound. 

17. Breech-closures — 

26. Gas-checks, 
Key-locked, 
Screw — 

Interrupted— 
Fixed-ammunition, 
Transverse — 
Sliding, 

Sliding and swinging, 
Swinging. 

33. Cartridge-feeding— 
35. Belts, 

34. Holders. 

27. Firing devices — 

28. Electric. 

45. Loading — 

46. Hoisting apparatus, 

47. Rammers. 



9. Machine-guns — 

11. Axially - moving breech- 

block, 
10. Centrifugal, 

12. Revolving barrels, 

13. Revolving cylinder. 
1. Miscellaneous." 

37. Mounts— 

38. Disappearing gun — 

39. Counterpoise, 

40. Field, 

42. Recoil-checks — 

43. Fluid, 

44. Spring, 

41. Training mechanisms. 

6. Pneumatic — 

7. Explosive charge. 

29. Practice-barrels. 

4. Semi-automatic. 
36. Shields. 

32. Sights. 

5. Submarine. 

31. Tompions and valves. 

30. Vents and stoppers. 



Class 239.— RAILWAY-RAILS AND JOINTS. (XXII.) 





Rail-joints — 


/ ffdC 


A. 

Rail-joints — 


1. 


Boxes, 


11. 


Threadless bolts 




Bridge-pieces- 


12. 


Truss, 


2. 


Base, 


13 


Web-blocks. 


3. 


Tread, 


14 


Rails — 


4. 


Cast-on, 


15. 


Braces, 


5. 


Insulated, 


16. 


Compound, 


ti. 


Joint-chairs, 


17. 


Guard- 


7. 


Miscellaneous, 


18. 


Clamps, 


8. 


Scarf, 


19. 


Rack. 


9, 
0. 


Splice-bars — 
Girder, 







Class 'JUS. RAILWAY-TIES AND FASTENERS, (XXIX.) 



1. Stringers and ties 
'.'. Chairs, 
3. Composition, 
■l. Fastenings, 



Subclasses. 

Stringers ami lies 

5. Metallic, 

6. Pot-sleepers. 



Class 114.— SHIPS, (xxn.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 17, p. 4.) 



Subclasses. 



77. 

84. 

82. 
116. 
117. 
118. 
119. 
120. 
199. 
200. 
127. 
129. 
132. 
135. 
136. 
137. 
133. 
134. 
128. 
138. 
139. 
130. 

131. 
219. 
220. 

56. 

60. 

62. 

61. 

64. 

63. 

58. 

57. 

59. 



Anchors- 
Drags or sea-anchors, 
Fluke- 
Pivoted. 
Anchor-trippers. 
Ballasting — 
Antirolling, 
Fins and boards, 
Floats, 

Shifting weights, 
Water-tanks. 
Bilge-discharge — 
Ejectors — 
Ash, 

Ship's motion. 
Bitts, cleats, and pin-rails. 
Building — 
Antifriction surfaces, 
Bracing and staying, 
Bulkhead and compart- 
ment, 
Cabins, 

Calking and seaming, 
Canal and ferry boats, 
Decks, 
Freighters — 
Bulk-cargo— 
Antishifting devices, 
Ceilings and floors, 
Liquid, 
Insubmergible vessels — 

Linings and fillings, 
Iron — 
Corrugated, 
Tubular, 
Joints, 
Knees, 

Observation-boats, 
Sectional, 

Sheathing and planking, 
Wood. 
Bulkheads and doors- 
Doors — 
Automatic — 

Sliding, 
Sliding. 
Cable-stoppers — 

Chain. 
Centerboards — 
Multiple, 
Pivoted— 
Lateral, 
Lateral-swing, 
Lateral-tilt, 
Sectional — 
Fan, 
Steering, 
Vertical-drop — 

Sectional, 
Vertical-drop and piv- 
oted-swing— 
Sectional. 
Fenders — 

Roller. 
Form — 
Canal and ferry boats, 
Concave bottom, 
Divided hull, 
Drafting, 
Flat bottom, 
Paddle-wheelers, 
Screw-propeller type, 
Spindle. 



188. Furniture— 

189. Cabins and state-rooms, 

190. Life-preserver racks, 

191. Self-leveling— 

192. Berths— 

193. Single-pivot, 

194. Chairs, 

195. Tables. 

201. Hatches and covers — 
203. Fasteners, 

202. Sliding. 

179. Hawse-pipes — 
181. Friction-rollers, 

180. Stoppers and covers. 
43. Ice-boats. 

40. Ice-breakers — 
42. Cutters, 

41. Rams. 

221. Implements — 

224. Calking, paying, etc., 

226. Clamps, 

222. Hull-cleaning, 

223. Rigging, 

225. Spikes, pins, and fids. 

140. Keels— 

142. Bilge, 

143. Rocking, 

141. Vertical adjustment. 

227. Leak-stoppers— 

229. Aprons, mats, etc., 

228. Interior. 

230. Mooring devices — 

231. Ferry-slip. 

232. Oil-distributers— 
234. Drags and floats, 

233. Ship structure. 

173. Ports— 

177. Light and air— 

178. Hinged covers, 

174. Stoppers — 

175. Gun-port, 

176. Hinged. 
39. Sail-boats. 

102. Sails and rigging — 
115. Clues and thimbles, 
114. Cringles and hanks, 
113. Hoops and connections, 
112. Mast-travelers, 

109. Rigging screws and 

stretchers — 

110. Tension-relievers, 

111. Running rigging, 

103. Sails— 
108. Fastening devices, 

104. Reefing and furling- 

105. Fore and aft sails- 

106. Rolling, 

107. Rolling. 

26. Scows— 

27. Dumping and i: " l " :l ' 

ing— 

36. Bottom doors''" 

37. Flooding-g/ates, 

31. Platform— / 

34. Conveyej»s, 

35. Side doc'-' rs > 

32. Tilting— 

33. Carreers, 

28. Section-al— 

29. Hin'ged, 

30. Ser^arah 

38. Tur/"" 



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DIVISION XXII.— Continued. 





Class 114 — 


Continued. 




182. 


Scuppers. 


20. 


Torpedoes- 




187. 


Smoke-stacks. 


25. 


Depth regulation, 




89. 


Spars — 


21. 


External control, 




101. 


Fair leaders and chocks, 


22. 


Separable sections, 




97. 


GaSs, booms, etc.— 


23. 


Steering mechanism — 




98. 


Pivoted, 


24. 


Gyroscope. 




99. 


Crotches and supports, 


240. 


Torpedo-guards— 




90. 


Masts and masting — 


241. 


Nets. 




93. 


Coats, shields, and 


238. 


Torpedo-launching — 






steps, 


239. 


Outboard. 




92. 


Cross and trestle trees, 


235. 


Towing— 




94. 


Heads and irons, 


236. 


Steering mechanism — 




91. 


Swinging, 


237. 


Indicators. 




100. 


Spar-irons, 


204. 


Travelers — 




95. 


Yards- 


205. 


Tension-relievers. 




96. 


Trusses and parrels. 


196. 


Valves — 




144. 


Steering mechanism — 


197. 


Boat-plugs, 




146. 


Auxiliary, 


198. 


Sea-cocks. 




152. 


Fins, 


211. 


Ventilation — 




153. 


Foot, 


212. 


Valves. 




150. 


Fluid-pressure — 


44. 


Vessel raising and dock- 




151. 


Jet, 




ing- 




149. 


Keel, 


49. 


Camels, caissons, and 




147. 


Paddles and wheels — 




pontoons, 




148. 


Channels, 


45. 


Floating dry-docks— 




162. 


Rudders- 


48. 


Elevators, 




164. 


Auxiliary, 


47. 


End-gates, 




170. 


Brakes — 


46. 


Sectional, 




171. 


Hydraulic, 


50. 


Submerged— 


, 


165. 


Hanging and shipping, 


52. 


Air-tanks— 




172. 


Locks, 


53. 


Camels, caissons, and 




163. 


Multiple, 




pontoons, 




169. 


Post bearings and 


54. 


Inflatable bags, 






heads, 


51. 


Hoisting, 




167. 


Sectional, 


55. 


Sand and mud loosen- 




166. 


Tubular, 




ing. 




168. 


Jury, 


1. 


War-ships— 




145. 


Speed-retarders, 


9. 


Armored — 




160. 


Wheel and drum- 


11. 


Belting and plating — 
Compound — 




161. 


Intermediate gear, 


12. 




154. 


Wheel-shaft gearing — 


13. 


Buffers, 




155. 


Screw — 


10. 


Deflectors, 




156. 


Intermediate gear, 


14. 


Screens and shields, 




157. 


Right and left — 


15. 


Concealment, 




158. 


Intermediate gear, 


4. 


Floating batteries, 




159. 


Segmental rack. 


2. 


Rams — 




16. 


Submarine vessels- 


3. 


Battering, 




17. 


Torpedo-boats. 


5. 


Turret- 




213. 


Tension-relievers — 


6. 


Combined elevating 




215. 


Cable, 




and rotary, 




216. 


Couplers— 


7. 


Elevating, 




217. 


Safety-release, 


8 


Rotary. 




214. 


Fluid. 








18. 


Torpedo-boats — 








19, 


Spar. 









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DIVISION XXIII. 



EXAMINER NEWTON. 



GLASSES. 181, Acoustics; 133, Ooin-Haiulling; 58, Horology ; 234, Eecorders; 235, Registers; 161, Time 

Controlling Mechanism. 



Class LSI. ACOUSTICS, (xxm.) 
( For definitions see Supplement No. 1, p. 2002.) 



Subclauses. 



Auditorium. 
Auricles. 
Dentlphones. 
Ear-t rninpets. 
(Irainophones. 
Q raphophones — 
Determining devices, 
Disk. 

Feed mechanism, 
Mandrels, 
Multiple-record, 
Reciproca ting-record, 
Swinging reproducer-arm, 
Tablets- 
Duplicating devices. 
Methods and machines 

for making, 
Turning and smoothing, 



G raphophones— 

Tape. 
Mechanical telephones. 
Megaphones. 
Miscellaneous. 
Sound-boxes — 

Gramophone, 

Graphophone. 
Sound-locating devices. 
Speaking-tubes — 

Alarms and indicators. 

Combined mouth and 
ear pieces, 

Mouthpieces, 

Systems, 

Tubes. 
Stethoscopes. 
Telegraphophones. 



Class 133.— COIN-HANDLING, (xxm.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 5, p. 14.) 



3. As.sorters. 

2. Change-makers. 
8. Counters. 
Deliverers — 

4. Multiple, 

5. Single — 

6. Hand-operated. 
1. Miscellaneous. 



Subclasses. 

9. Packages — 

10. Wrappers. 

11. Receptacles — 

12. Mats and trays- 

13. Counter, 

14. Mounted. 
7. Tubes. " 



Class 58.— HOROLOGY, (xxm.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. G, p. 3.) 





Subclasses 




139. 


Arbors and pinions. 




Escapements — 


107. 


Balances — 




Balance — 


108. 


Compensating, 


120. 


Duplex, 


114. 


Hair-springs — 


121. 


Lever— 


115. 


Collets and studs, 


122. 


Straight-line, 


109. 


Regulating — 


123. 


Pendulum- 


110. 


Compensating, 


124. 


Gravity. 


113. 


Curb-pins, 


1. 


Miscellaneous. 


111. 


Rack-and-pinion, 


129. 


Pendulums- 


112. 


Screw. 


135. 


Balls, 


138. 


Cannon-pinions. 


134. 


Beat-adjusters, 


2. 


Clocks — 


133. 


Compensation, 


3. 


Astronomical, 


130. 


Metronome, 


4. 


Calendar — 


132. 


Regulating 


5. 


Dial, 


131. 


Torsion. 


6. 


Roller, 




Safety-wheels — 


53. 


Cases — 


136. 


Barrel, 


54. 


Cylindrical, 


137. 


Center. 


55. 


Materials, 


140. 


Staffs and bearings. 


56. 


Supports, 


141. 


Sun-dials. 


23. 


Electric — 


57. 


Watches — 


28. 


Balance, 


86. 


Barrels— 


33. 


Circuit-controllers, 


87. 


Mainspring-fasteners, 


34. 


Hand-setters — 


58. 


Calendar, 


36. 


Opposed-lever, 


88. 


Cases — 


37. 


Sliding connection, 


91. 


Bezels, 


35. 


Systems, 


92. 


Centers — 


29. 


Pendulum- 


93. 


Integral, 


30. 


Actuated, 


89. 


Convertible, 


31. 


Regulated, 


90. 


Dust-proof, 


32. 


Synchronizers, 


103. 


Hinges, 


25. 


Primary, 


94. 


Movement-rings. 


26. 


Secondary — 


95. 


Pendants — 


27. 


Escapement, 


96. 


Bow-fasteners — 


38. 


Striking — 


97. 


Pin or screw, 


39. 


Intermittent-signal, 


98. 


Sleeve, 


24. 


Systems, 


99. 


Stem-fasteners, 


40. 


Winding — 


100. 


Screw, 


41. 


Self, 




Watches- 


52. 


Frames, 




Cases— 




Geographical — 


101. 


Springs- 


43. 


Disk, 


102. 


Cover connections, 


44. 


Globe, 


59. 


Movements, 


50. 


Illuminated, 


104. 


Plates, 


51. 


Leveling devices, 


105. 


Protectors, 


45. 


Magic, 


60. 


Repeaters — 


42. 


Pneumatic, 


61. 


Double-snail — 


7. 


Trains — 


62. 


Trains, 


16. 


Alarm — 


73. 


Stem-winding 


17. 


Eight-day, 


63. 


Stem winding and set 


19 


Electric- 




ting— 


20. 


Let-off— 


64. 


Lever-set — 


21. 


Alarm winding- 


65. 


Clutch, 




arbor, 


66. 


Yoke, 


22. 


Let-off, 


67. 


Pendant-set — 


18. 


Repeating, 


68. 


Clutch, 


8. 


Striking— 




Yoke— 


9. 


Cam-controlled, 


69. 


Double-gear — 


13. 


Chimes, 


70. 


Cam, 


14. 


Graphophone, 


71 


Lever, 


12. 


Musical, 


72. 


Single-gear, 


10. 


Repeating — 


74. 


Stop- 


11. 


Double-snail, 


76. 


Couplers, pivoted, 


15. 


Turn-backs, 


77. 


Couplers, sliding, 


46. 


Winding- 


78. 


Positive — 


47. 


Motors, pneumatic, 


79. 


Balance-stop, 


48. 


Motors, spring, 


75. 


Split seconds, 


49. 


Motors, thermal. 


106. 


Toy, 


127. 


Dials- 


80. 


Winding- 


128. 


Shifting figures. 


84. 


Attached keys. 


126. 


Dials and hands. 


85. 


Indicator. 


125. 


Dial-trains. 


81. 


Lever, 


116. 


Escapements — 


83. 


Overwinding- pre' ent- 


117. 


Balance — 




ers 


118. 


Chronometer, 


82. 


Self-winders. 


119. 


Cylinder, 







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DIVISION XXIII.— Continued. 



Class 234.— RECORDERS, (xxin.) 
(For definitions see Supplement No. 2, p. 2535.) 



Subclasses. 



'7. 


Anemometer. 




8. 


Cartographic. 




6. 


Combined readings. 


37. 


2. 


Combined recorders and 






registers — 


38. 




Fare — 




3. 


Individual record, 




4. 


Total-record, 




5. 


Speed. 


39. 


1.5. 


Electric. 


40. 


5.5. 


Electric meter. 




9. 


Fare — 


42. 


9.5. 


Electric. 


41.5. 


10. 


Float. 




11. 


Heat. 


43. 


1. 


Miscellaneous. 




12. 


Passenger — 




12.5. 


Electric. 




13. 


Gate, 




14. 


Seat, 


44. 


15. 


Step. 


45. 


16. 


Power. 




17. 


Pressure — 




18. 


Air-brake, 
Gage — 


46. 


19. 


Disk, 


47. 


20. 


Drum. 


48. 


26. 


Ship's course — 




26.5. 


Electric. 


41. 


27. 


Signal — 




27.5. 


Electric. 




28. 


Specific gravity. 


49. 


29. 


Speed- 




29.5. 


Electric, 
Shaft— 


50. 


30. 


Continuous-record — 


51. 


31. 


G o vernor-c on- 
trolled, 


52. 


32. 


Uniform- ampli- 
tude, 


53. 


33. 


Intermittent-record. 




21. 


Steam-engine indicators — 


54. 


22. 


Bourdon type, 


55. 


23. 


Drum, 




24. 


Engine connections, 


56. 


25. 


Indicator-cylinder. 


57. 


33.5. 


Telephone. 


53.5 


36. 


Time- 


34. 


36.5. 


Electric, 


34.5 




Watchmen's — 


35. 


37.5. 


Electric — 




37.6. 


Receivers, 





Time- 
Watchmen's— 
Miscellaneous, 
Stationary-record — 
Time-operated 
marker, 
Time-ope rated rec- 
ord — 
Multiple-key, 
Single-key, 
Workmen's — 
Check-receivers, 
Electric, 
Individual card— 

Time-impression, 
Intermittently-m o v- 
able record — 
Tim e-p rin ting 
wheel — 
Autographic, 
Check-operated, 
Indivi dual rec- 
ord — 
Single-im p r e s- 
sion, 
Printing-key — 
Operating- 
lever, 
Miscellaneous, 
Time - operated rec- 
ord — 
Autographic, 
Individual record — 
Single-impres- 
sion — 
Printing-key, 
Tag- operated 
marker, 
Wage-computers. 
Time-stamps — 
Dial— 
Movable-dial, 
Movable-platen, 
Drum — 
Movable-drum, 
Movable-platen , 
Electric. 
Volume — 
Electric, 
Meter-readings. 





Class 235.— REGISTERS, (xxni.) 




(For definitions see Supplement No. 3. p. 2687.) 




Subclasses. 




128. 


Alarm mechanism. 




Fare-registers — 


106. 


Angled axes. 


44. 


Operating devices — 


123. 


Ball or button indicator. 


45. 


Electric, 


124. 


Bar-and-scale. 


46. 


Punch, 


125. 


Belt. 


36. 


Parallel-axes — 


61. 


Calculators — 


37. 


Cylinder, 


64. 


Adding-pencils, 


38. 


Dial-and-hand, 


68. 


Ball, 


39. 


Disk, 


69. 


Bar— 


32. 


Registering-boxes, 


70. 


Slide-rules, 


47. 


Resetting — 


65. 


Bar-and-disk, 


48. 


Direction-indicator, 


71. 


Belt, 


40. 


Single-axis — 


66. 


Cylinder-and-disk, 


41. 


Concentric-disk, 


62. 


Motor-actuated, 


42. 


Cylinder, 


72. 


Parallel-axes — 


43. 


Dial-and-hand, 


73. 


Cylinder, 


31. 


Ticket-delivery. 


74. 


Disk— 


129. 


Full-stroke mechanism. 


75. 


Key-operated, 


90. 


Game-boards. 


76. 


Gear, 


93. 


Gate and turnstile oper- 


58. 


Recording— 




ated. 


59. 


Key-operated, 


94. 


Liquid-registers. 


60. 


Key-set, 


130. 


Locking mechanism. 


77. 


Single-axis — 


1. 


Miscellaneous. 


78. 


Concentric-disk, 


95. 


Odometers — 


79. 


Cylinder — 


96. 


Details, 


80. 


Keyless — 


97. 


Trip-and-total. 


81. 


Lever-operated, 


91. 


Operating devices. 


82. 


Key-operated, 


131. 


Overthrow-preventers. 


83. 


Disk— 


98. 


Package-operated. 


84. 


Slide-rules, 


108. 


Parallel axes — 


67. 


Spiral, 


110. 


Cylinder, 


85. 


Tabular — 


111. 


Dial-and-disk, 


86. 


Belt, 


112. 


Dial-and-hand, 


87. 


Cylinder, 


113. 


Disk- 


88. 


Disk, 


114. 


Hand-operated, 


89. 


Sheet, 


109. 


Gear. 


63. 


Traveling-carriage. 


105. 


Pedometers. 


126. 


Card. 


127. 


Pivoted indicator. 


4. 


Cash-recorders — 


99. 


Platform-operated. 


5. 


Manual. 


57. 


Registering ballot-boxes. 


7. 


Cash-registers — 


100. 


Registering-boxes. 


17. 


Checks — 


103. 


Rotation-counters — 


18. 


Balls, 


104. 


Timing devices. 


6. 


Departmental, 


115. 


Single-axis — 


19. 


Dial— 


116. 


Concentric-disk, 


20. 


Independent-i n d i c a - 


117. 


Cylinder — 




tor, 


118. 


Single-cy Under, 


21. 


Lever-operated, 




Dial-and-han d — 


22. 


Drawer-operating mech- 


120. 


Multiple-hand, 




anism, 


121. 


Single-hand, 


23. 


Indicator mechanism — 


119. 


Differential gears, 


24. 


Shutters, 


122. 


Disk. 


25. 


Tablet-droppers, 


107. 


Spiral. 


26. 


Key-arresters, 


101. 


Stamp. 


27. 


Key-locks, 


132. 


Stop mechanism. 


12. 


Key-operated — 


133. 


Transfer mechanism — 


13. 


Detail-adders, 


134. 


Cam-and-lever, 


14. 


Differential mechan- 


135. 


Deep-notch, 




ism — 


136. 


Differential gears, 


15. 


Key-coupled, 


137. 


Independent-actuator — 


16. 


Lost-motion m e c h - 


138. 


Successive, 




anism, 


139. 


Intermediate-pinion, 


8. 


Key-set — 


140. 


Side-tooth — 


9. 


Crank-operated, 


141. 


Lock, 


10. 


D rawer-operated , 


142. 


Traveling-pawl — 


11. 


Motor-operated , 


143. 


Side-action. 


28. 


Lid-registers. 


102. 


Type - writer word - coun- 


2. 


Cash registers and record- 




ters. 




ers — 


51. 


Voting-machines — • 


3. 


Check-printing. 


52. 


Assembly, 


92. 


Electrically-operated. 


53. 


. Check-operated, 


33. 


Fare-registers— 


55. 


Key-operated, 


35. 


Belt, 


54. 


Key-set, 


30. 


Cab-fare-indicating, 


50. 


Recording, 


34. 


Dial-and-cylinder, 


56. 


Vote-counters. 


49. 


Hundreds-indicator, 


144. 


Zero-setting devices. 


29. 


Multiple, 







Class 161.-TIME-CONTROLLING MECHANISM, (xxin.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 6, p. 6.) 





Subclasses. 


23. 


Alarms. 


24. 


Time-balls. 




Annunciators — 


15. 


Timing mechanism — 




Electric — 


16. 


Culinary, 


2. 


Selective-alarm, 


17. 


Game, 


3. 


Single-alarm — 


18. 


Speed, 


4. 


Adjustable-pin, 


19. 


Telephone-service, 


5. 


Auxiliary-switch, 


20. 


Watchmen's, 


6. 


Mechanical. 


21. 


Workmen's. 


22. 


Awakeners. 


7. 


Valve - actuating mechan 


11. 


Lighting mechanism — 




ism — 


12. 


Electric, 


8. 


Dampers, 


13. 


Electric-light, 


9. 


Gas-cocks, 


14. 


Friction. 


10. 


Stock-feeders. 


1. 


Miscellaneous. 







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DIVISION XXIV, 



EXAMINER DARBY. 



GLASSES.— 2, Apparel ; 223, Apparel Apparatus ; 112, Sewing-Mackines ; 128, Surgery. 



Class 2. APPAREL, (xxiv.) 



Subclassi 





Body-garments— 


54. 


Aprons. 


34. 


Armpit-shields, 


57. 


Buttonhole-strips, 


.Vs. 


Button-strips, 


59. 


Chest-protectors, 


SO. 


Cloaks, 


61. 


Coats — 


62. 


Collars, 


53. 


Sanger s, 


63. 


Shape-retainers, 


64. 


Sleeve-closures, 


65. 


Ventilated, 


0t». 


Collarettes. 


67. 


Collars— 


68. 


Cape. 


69. 


Closures, 


70. 


Necktie attachments, 


71. 


Necktie-retai ners , 


72. 


Waterproof, 


73. 


Corsets — 


74. 


Closures, 


75. 


Shields, 


76. 


Corset-stiffeners — 


77. 


Hinged, 


78. 


Reinforced, 


79. 


Cuffs, 


80. 


Lap-robes, 


81. 


Linings, 


11. 


Neckties — 


82. 


Bow, 


83. 


Made-up, 


84. 


Shields, 


85. 


Tips, 


86. 


Overcoats, 


87. 


Pads- 


88. 


Shoulder, 


41. 


Shirts- 


89. 


Bosoms, 


90. 


Bosom-supporters, 


91. 


Collar-supporters, 


92. 


Reinforced, 


93. 


Shoulder-braces, 


94. 


Sleeve-adjusters, 


95. 


Sleeve-protectors, 


96. 


Suspender attachments 


97. 


Vests, 


98. 


Waists. 




Hand-coverings — 


99. 


Base-ball, 


100. 


Bath, 


101. 


Boxing, 


9. 


Gloves, 


102. 


Mittens, 


103. 


Muffs, 


104. 


Shields. 




Head-coverings — 


106. 


Caps — 


107. 


Flap, 



14!). 
108. 
109. 
110. 
111. 
INC. 
112. 

32. 
113. 
114. 

33. 
115. 
116. 
117. 
US. 
119. 
120. 
121. 

122. 
123. 
124. 
126. 
127. 
128. 
129. 
130. 
131. 
132. 

15. 
134. 
151. 
152. 
153. 
154. 
135. 
136. 

42. 
137. 
138. 
139. 

23. 
140. 
141. 
142. 
143. 

144. 
145. 

146. 
147. 
6. 
14s. 
16. 
150. 



Head-coverings — 
Bye-guards, 

Hats 

Bands, 

Brim-bindings, 

Frames. 

Hangers, 

Shades, 

Sweats, 

Tips. 

Ventilated, 

Ventilators, 
Head-coolers, 
Head-screens, 
Helmets, 
Hoods, 
Masks, 
Muffs- 
Ear. 
Nether garments — 
Bifurcated, 
Bustles, 

Edge-protectors, 
Gussets and stays, 
Hoop-skirts — 

Clasps, 

Hoops, 
Knee-protectors, 
Napkins, 
Placket-closures, 
Pockets- 
Reinforced, 

Safety attachments — 
Pocket-book, 
Watch, 

Watch, 
Skirt-protectors, 
Skirt-supporters, 
Skirts- 
Cycling, 

Lifters, 

Riding, 
Stockings, 

Suspender attachments, 
Trunks, 
Waistbands, 
Waist-closures. 
Union garments — 
Bifurcated, 
Skirted. 
Trimmings — 
Edgings, 
Embroidery — 

Patterns, 
Pendants, 
Plaited, 
Shoulder-straps and 

chevrons. 



Class 228.— APPAREL APPARATUS, (xxiv.) 



Subclasses. 



1. Charts— 

2. Adjustable. 

3. Cloth-pilers. 

55. Collar, cuff, and bosom ma- 
chines. 

4. Corset-stiffeners, making. 

14. Darning-lasts. 

15. Folders. 

16. Garment-fitters. 

17. Garment-formers. 

18. Garment-forms. 

19. Garment-stretchers. 

20. Garment-turners. 
Hat-machines — 

21. Blocks, 

22. Brim-curlers, 

23. Brim-heaters, 

24. Brim-trimmers, 

25. Brim-wirers, 

26. Cleaners, 

27. Finishers, 

28. Ironers, 

29. Pinners, 

30. Pouncers, 



Hat-machines — 

31. Shapers, 

32. Sizers, 

33. Stretchers, 

34. Sweat-dangers. 

35. Needle-holders. 

36. Needle-threaders. 

37. Needles— 

38. Tape. 

39. Plaiters— 

40. Boards, 

41. Creasers, 

42. Fluters, 

43. Slotted-bed, 

44. Vibrating-blade, 

45. Wavers. 

47. Spool-boxes. 

48. Spool-holders. 

49. Spool-stands. 

50. Spool-tensions. 

51. Thimbles. 

52. Trimmings, making. 

53. Work-boxes. 

54. Work.holders. 



Class 112.— SEWING-MACHINES, (xxiv.) 



35. 

1. 
41. 

3. 
43. 

4. 

5. 

7. 

8. 
36. 

9. 
10. 
34. 
29. 
11. 
37. 
13. 
14. 
38. 
15. 
16. 



Subclasses. 


Attachment-holders. 


17. 


Running-stitch. 


Binders. 


18. 


Setters and threaders. 


Book-sewing. 


31. 


Sewing hats. 


Braiders and corderS. 


19. 


Sewing looped fabrics. 


Broom-sewing. 


32. 


Sewing on buttons. 


Buttonhole. 


42. 


Sewing rugs. 


Chain and double chain. 


20. 


Sewing shoes. 


Embroidering. 


21. 


Short-thread. 


Feeding. 


22. 


Shuttle-machines. 


Glove-sewing machines. 


23. 


Shuttles and bobbins. 


Guides. 


24. 


Special machines. 


Hemmers. 


25. 


Straw. 


Methods. 


26. 


Take-ups. 


Miscellaneous parts. 


39. 


Tensions. 


Needles. 


33. 


Thread-cutters. 


Needle-clamps. 


6. 


Trimmers. 


Presser-feet and lifters. 


27. 


Tuck creasers and markers 


Quilting. 


12. 


Tuc king-guides. 


Revolving hooks. 


40. 


Turfing fabrics. 


Revolving-hook machines. 


28. 


Wax-thread. 


Rufflers and gatherers. 







Class 128.— SURGERY, (xxiv.) 





Subclasses. 


2. 


Atomizers. • 


17. 


Nasal douches. 


3. 


Bandages — 


44. 


Needle holders and cases 


38. 


Suspensory, 


18. 


Nipples. 


39. 


Water. 


20. 


Obstetrics. 


4. 


Breast-pumps. 


21. 


Pessaries. 


32. 


Capsule-machines. 


22. 


Pharmaceutical. 


5. 


Catamenial sacks. 


23. 


Scarificators and lancets 


9. 


Depurators. 


24. 


Speculums. 


10. 


Ear. 


25. 


Syringes— 


11. 


Eye. 


45. 


Expanding-arm, 


13. 


Inhalers and respirators- 


46. 


Pile, 


42. 


Mask. 


47. 


Water-bag. 


43. 


Laryngoscopes: 


.26. 


Trusses. 


28. 


Miscellaneous. 


51. 


Urinary apparatus. 


16. 


Movement cure. 


27. 


Veterinary. 



(57) 



DIVISION XXV. 



EXAMINER WYNNE. 



CLASSES.— 17, Butchering; 83, Mills; 130, Threshing; 146, Vegetable Cutters and Crushers. 



Class 17.— BUTCHERING, (xxv.) 



8. 


Butchers' stalls. 


;.>.v.: 


3. 

Meat-cutters — 


6. 


Chopping-blocks. 


22. 


Hand, 




Dressing — 


23. 


Rocking-knife, 


10. 


Fish-dressing machines, 


24. 


Slicers, 


11. 


Hog-scraping machines, 


25. 


Trip mechanism. 


12. 


Intestine-cleaners, 


26. 


Meat-mixers. 


13. 


Skinning. 




Meat-tenderers — 


14. 


Meat-clamps. 


27. 


Hand, 




Meat-cutters — 


28. 


Pivoted-head, 


16. 


Cracklings, 


29. 


Rotary. 


17. 


Crank mechanism, 


6. 


Sausage-machines. 


18. 


Cube, 


7. 


Scalding and singeing. 


19. 


Cylinder and block, 


30. 


Slaughtering, elevating 


20. 


Cylinder and concave, 




and suspending. 


21 


Double-cylinder, 







Class 83— MILLS, (xxv.) 



Subclasses. 



Amalgamators — 

Electric, 

Lead, 

Mercury, 

Plate, 

Vacuum, 

Vapor. 
Bagging grain— 

Bag-holders. 
Chop-graders— 

Bran-dusters, beaters, 

Bran-dusters, brushes, 

Electric purifiers, 

Flour processes, 

Gravity, 

Rotary bolts, 

Shaking bolts. 
Dust-collectors — 

Reciprocating, 

Rotating. 
Grain-scourers — 

Centrifugal, 

Concave-face, 

Conical, 

Cylinder, horizontal, 

Cylinder, vertical, 

Disk-face, 

Pestle-action, 

Reciprocating and end- 
less, 

Screw-action. 
Grinding-mills — 

Balancing millstones, 

Ball and drum, 

Bark, 

Chasing, 

Coffee, 

Compound movement, 

Cone and shell, 



Grinding-mills — 
12. Crushing-rolls, 

14. Cylinder and concave, 

7. Disk-action, horizontal, 

8. Disk-action, vertical, 
44. Feed-regulators, 

15. Grain-samplers, 

16. Grist-alarms, 
23. Hominy, 

46. Impact-pulverizers, 
6. Knife-action, 

1. Mill-spindles, 

3. Millstone-dress, 

4. Millstone-exhaust, 

2. Millstone-trams, 
22. Paint, 

11. Rotary beaters. 
73. Mortar-mixers. 
Ore and coal — 

52. Coal-breakers, 

53. Crushers, 

63. Ice-crushers, 

62. Ice picks and shavers, 
72. Placer-mining, 
Separators — 

54. Dry, 

58. Jiggers, 
71. Magnetic, 

59. Washers, 

56. Sifters and screens— 

60. Household, 

57. Stamps. 
Preparing grain — 

28. Processes, 

27. Steaming and dampening. 

64. Steam-boiler and flue 

scrapers. 

61. Sugar and salt crushers. 



Class 130.— THRESHING, (xxv.) 





Subclasses 


1. 


Band-cutters and feeders. 




31. 


Cane-strippers. 


18. 


2. 


Clover-hullers. 


16. 


3. 


Corn-cribs. 


19. 


4. 


Corn-husking implements. 


15. 


5. 


Corn-husking machines. 






Corn-shellers — 


21. 


6. 


Breast and cylinder, 


22. 


7. 


Disk-action, 


23. 


9. 


Ear-grasping, 


24. 


10. 


Implements, 


25. 


8. 


Peripheral action. 


26. 


12. 


Fans and regulators. 


14. 


33. 


Feeders for shellers and 
huskers. 


20. 


13. 


Flax-threshers. 


27. 


32. 


Fruit and vegetable separa- 


29. 




tors. 


28. 




Grain-separators — 


30. 


17. 


Gravity, 





Grain-separators — 
Oat, seed, and garlic, 
Rotary screens, 
Screens and riddles, 
Shaking screens, 
Straw-carriers — 
Endless aprons. 
Overhung rakes, 
Reels, 

Shaking tables, 
Vibrators, 
Walking-rakes. 
Granaries and bins. 
Stackers. 

Threshing-machines — 
Cylinder-machines, 
Dust-conveyers, 
Flail-machines. 
Vine and seed strippers. 



Class 146.— VEGETABLE CUTTERS AND CRUSHERS, 
(xxv.) 



Subclasses. 



Apple-parers. 
Bunching-machines. 
Crushers and graters — 

Reciprocating, 

Rotary. 
Cutters — 

Bread, 

Reciprocating, 

Rotary. 
Nut-crackers. 
Peelers and washers. 
Pitters, corers, and eye-cut- 
ters. 
Seeders. 
Straw-cutters — 

Cutter and bed — 
Reciprocating-knife, 
Rotary-cylinder, 

Cylinder and concave, 

Double-cylinder, 



Straw-cutters — 

Feeders, 

Pivoted-knife — 
Rake-feed, 
Roller-feed, 
Without feed, 

Rotary-wheel — 
Follower-feed, 
Rake-feed, 
Roller-feed, 
Without feed, 

Single-cylinder — 
Rake-feed, 
Roller-feed, 
Without feed, 

Sliding-knife — 
Rake-feed, 
Roller-feed, 
Without feed. 



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DIVISION XXVI 



EXAMINER SHAW. 



GLASSES. 219, Electric Heating and Rheostats; 191, Electricity: Electric Railways ; 171, Electricity; 

Generation; 172, Electricity : Motive Power. 



CLASS219. ELECTRIC HEATING AND RHEOSTATS. 

(XXVI.) 

(For definitions see Bulletin No. 15, p. 3.) 
Subclasses. 



19. 


Healers- 




Metal heating and work 


46. 


Flexible, 




ing— 


38. 


Fluid- 


3. 


Shaping, 


40. 


Fluid in circuit, 


4. 


Welding — 


39. 


Forced circulation. 


7. 


Arc system — 


41. 


Immersion, 


8. 


Work in circuit — 


42. 


Heating-fans, 


9. 


Liquid electrode, 


45. 


Incandescent-lamp, 


10. 


Processes, 


47. 


Inductional, 


5. 


Rings, 


33. 


Oil-well, 


6. 


Tubes. 


35. 


Ovens — 


63. 


Resistance elements — 


36. 


Tubular, 


75. 


Carbon, 


37. 


Radiating-plate, 


76. 


Composition, 


34. 


Radiators, 


71. 


Compound-helix, 


20. 


Systems, 


64. 


Embedded — 


21. 


Tools and instruments- 


65. 


Fluid, 


29. 


Burning— 


66. 


Granular, 


30. 


Branding-stamps, 


67. 


Encased coils. 


31. 


Cauters, 


72. 


Granular, 


32. 


Igniters, 


73. 


Lamellar — 


24. 


Hair-curlers, 


74. 


Ribbon, 


22. 


Heaters — 


68. 


Hies, 


23. 


Tool-controlled, 


69. 


Zigzag grids, 


25. 


Sad-irons, 


70. 


Zigzag helix. 


26. 


Soldering-irons — 


48. 


Rheostats — 


28. 


Indirectly-heated, 


50. 


Compressible — 


27. 


Solder-feeding, 


51. 


Pile, 


-14. 


Vessels, 


52. 


Spring, 


43. 


Vessels and stands. 


55. 


Continuous-resistance — 


11. 


Metal-heating — 


56. 


Helix, 


14. 


Arc system — 


57. 


Liquid, 


15. 


Work in circuit — 


58. 


Penetration, 


16. 


Liquid electrode, 


59. 


Reel, 


12. 


Soldering, 


60. 


Tapering, 


13. 


Transformer system, 


53. 


Embedded-resistance, 


17. 


Work-holders — 


49. 


Lamp-socket, 


is. 


Cooled. 


54. 


Pile, 


1. 


Metal heating and work- 


61. 


Plug-boxes, 




ing- 


62. 


Rectilinear-slide. 


2. 


Riveting, 







Class 191.— ELECTRICITY. ELECTRIC RAILWAYS. 
(XXVI.) 



Subclasses. 



Collapsible-tube conductor. 

Conductor supports and in- 
sulators. 

Electric locomotives — 
Electric control, 
Electromechanical con- 
trol, 
Motor on axle, 
Motor part along track, 
Single andmultiple motor, 
Traveling-dynamo. 
15. General. 

Sectional conductor— 

18. Connected, 

19. Magnetic closers — 

33. Magnet on car, 

34. Magneto-mechanical, 
21. Mechanical closers, 

20. Traveling closers. 



Systems — 

4. Battery, 

8. Circuits, series, 
6. Closed conduit, 

5. Conduit — 
32. Collectors, 

42. Roadway structure, 

9. Converters, 

41. Current-distribution — 

11. Overhead — 

12. Trolleys— 

35. Catchers — 

36. Drop, 

37. Guards and finders, 

38. Ice-clearers, 

39. Poles and heads, 

40. Stands. 

22. Telpher and towing. 



Class ]7l.— ELECTRICITY. GENERATION. (XXVI.) 





Subclauses 






Batteries — 




Meters — 


73. 


Thermal. 




Thermal— 


23. 


Friction-generators. 


270. 


Fluid-expansion, 


95. 


Galvanometers — 


271. 


Hot-wire, 


308. 


Expansion. 


272. 


Time, 




Inductoriums — 


273. 


Variable-radius. 


122. 


Induction-coils, 


125. 


Pyromagneto- electric de- 


123. 


Transformers. Rotary 




vices. 


124. 


Transformers. Station- 




Regulators — 




ary 


119. 


Alternating- 




Magneto-electric — 


241. 


Compounding, 




Armatures — 


242. 


Inductive resistance, 


205. 


Disk, 


221. 


Brush adjustment, 


206. 


Drum, 


222. 


Circuit-interruption, 


207. 


Pole, 


224. 


Compounding-machines, 


208. 


Ring, 


223. 


Compound-winding, 


209. 


Bipolar, 


225. 


Counter electromotive 


210. 


Brushes and holders, 




force, 


211. 


Commutators and collec- 


226. 


Engine-control, 




tors, 


227. 


Magnetic reluctance, 


118. 


Connecting devices, 


228. 


Reducing sparks, 


76. 


Hand-machines, 


229. 


Resistance, 


252. 


Multipolar, 


230. 


Sectional winding, 


212. 


Uniform-field. 


231. 


Transmitting mechan- 


34. 


Meters— 




ism. 


264. 


Alternating-motor — 


97. 


Systems of distribution — 


309. 


Phase-adjustment, 


253. 


Alternating-direct, 


265. 


Direct-motor, 


254. 


Transformer-c ontrol- 


266. 


Electrolytic, 




lers. 


267. 


Escapement, 






268. 


Multiple-rate, 







Class 172.— ELECTRICITY. MOTIVE POW r ER. (xxvi.) 







Subclasses 




15. 


Dental instruments. 




8. 


Steering and propulsion- 


152. 


Elevators. 




282. 


Automatic control, 


36. 


Motors — 




283. 


Cable control. 


120. 


Alternating — 






Transmission of power — 


233. 


Condensers, 




237. 


Alternating, 


280. 


Polyphase, 




'239. 


Direct- 


274. 


Regulators, 




284. 


Magnetic clutches, 


275. 


Single-phase — 




281. 


Frequency-changers, 


276. 


Direct-current 


type, 


245. 


Phase-indication, 


277. 


Distorted-field 




238. 


Phase-modification, 


278. 


Shifting-field, 




246. 


Phase-regulation, 


279. 


Starters, 




240. 


Reciprocating. 


179. 


Hand-operating devices, 






126. 


Reciprocating. 









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DIVISION XXVII. 



EXAMINER GOULD. 



CLASSES.— 1 5, Brushing and Scrubbing; 51, Grinding and Polishing; 68, Laundry; 141, "Washing Apparatus, 



Class 15.— BRUSHING AND SCRUBBING, (xxvu.) 



Subclasses. 



1. Blacking box and brush 

cases. 

18. Blacking-box holders. 
61. Boot-blacking machines. 

2. Boot-cleaners. 

4. Broom-machines. 
Brooms— 

19. Broom-heads, 

20. Household, 

21. Stable and yard, 

22. Whisk. 

23. Brush and broom, bridles. 

24. Brush and broom handles. 

6. Brush and broom supports. 

25. Brush-cleaners. 
Brush heads and faces — 

26. Bath and flesh brushes, 

27. Brush and broom fiber, 

28. Dusting-brushes, 

29. Hair-brushes, 

30. Hat and clothes brushes, 

31. Horse-brushes, 

32. Metal-cleaning brushes, 

33. Metallic tuft-fasteners, 

34. Molded backs, 

35. Nail-brushes, 

36. Paint and whitewash 

brushes, 

37. Rotary brushes, 
13. Scrubbers, 

38. Shaving-brushes, 

65. Slate and blackboard 
cleaners, 

39. Tooth-brushes. 

7. Brush-machines. 

40. Brush-trimming machines. 

8. Carpet-cleaners. 
60. Carpet-sweepers. 



Chimney-cleaners — 

41. Flue and stovepipe, 

42. Lamp. 

43. Combined mop heads and 

wringers. 

44. Combined scrubbers and 

mops. 

45. Dressing and assorting ma- 

chines. 
Fountain-brushes — 

46. Blacking, 

47. Broom, 

48. Hair, 

66. Mucilage, 

49. Paint, 

51. Scrubbers, 

50. Shaving, 

67. Slate and blackboard 

cleaners, 

52. Tooth, 

53. Window-cleaners. 
Holders — 

54. Brush-head, 

55. Convertible mop and 

brush, 

56. Mop-heads. 

68. Lens-cleaners. 

62. Mats— 

63. Metallic, 

64. Wire. 

57. Mops. 

12. Mop-wringers. 

14. Scrubbing-machines — 

15. Scrubbing-pails. 

58. Shoe-blacking stands. 

16. Shoe-brushes. 

17. Street-sweepers. 

59. Window-cleaners. 



Class 68.— LAUNDRY, (xxvu.) 



Class 51.— GRINDING AND POLISHING, (xxvu.) 
Subclasses. 



1. Abrading materials and 

tools. 

17. Boots and shoes. 

File cleaning and resharp- 
ening — 

18. Sand blast. 
Glass and stone — 

3. Curved surfaces, 
11. Plane surfaces. 

Metal— 

2. Card-grinding, 

4. Curved surfaces, 
6. Cutlery-scourers, 



Metal — 

7. Edge-tools, 

8. Mower and reaper knives. 

9. Needle-eyes, 

10. Needles, rods, and points, 

12. Plane surfaces, 

14. Rumbles, 

15. Sheet metal and wire, 

16. Strops, hones, and rifles. 
Wood— 

5. Curved surfaces, 

13. Plane surfaces. 



Subclasses. 


Bosom-boards. 


29. 


Washboards. 


Clamps. 


30. 


Washboilers. 


Clothes-driers. 


31. 


Washtubs. 


Clothes-line fasteners. 




Washing-machines — 


Clothes-line reels. 


15. 


Agitator, 


Clothes-lines. 


16. 


Boiler, 


Clothes-pounders. 


17. 


Combined washing and 


Clothes sticks and tongs. 




wringing, 


Fluting-irons. 


18. 


Cylinder, 


Hand-rubbers. 


37. 


Miscellaneous, 


Ironing-machines. 


19. 


Pounder, 


Ironing-tables. 


20. 


Reciprocating-rubber, 


Laundries. 


21. 


Rocking and swinging, 


Mangles. 


22. 


Roller, 


Sad-irons. 


23. 


Roller and bed, 


Sad-iron holders. 


24. 


Rotary-rubber. 


Starching-machines. 


32. 


Wringers. 


Washbenches. 


33. 


Wringer-rolls. 



Class 141.-WASHING APPARATUS, (xxvu.) 



6. Barrel-washers. 

7. Bottle and can washers. 
9. Dish-cleaners. 

8. Dish cleaners and drainers 

combined. 



Subclasses. 

10. Dish-cloth holders. 

11. Dish-drainers. 
3. Tumbler-washers. 
5. Wool-washing machines. 



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DIVISION XXVIII. 



EXAMINER ANDERSON. 



CLASSES. 123, Internal-Combustion Engines; 60, Miscellaneous Heat-Engine Plants. 



ILASS12S. [NTERNAL-COMBUSTION ENGINES, (xxvm.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 17,]). L4.) 



Subdasst s. 



Accessories. 

Additional air-supply. 
Adjustable comb usi i o n- 
on amber. 
Atmospheric. 

Burning by highly-com- 
pressed air. 
Charge-forming devices- 
Atomizers — 

Constant-level. 
Automatic dilution, 
Combined oil and gas, 
Constant oil-supply, 
Gas and air mixers. 
Governor-controlled, 
Heating, 
Mixing devices, 
Movable carrier, 
Multiple oil-supply, 
Oil-evaporating — 
Extended oil-film, 
Submerged air-supply, 
Oil-feeding — 
Pumps — 

Governor-controlled, 
Reciprocating, 
Rotary, 
Oil-intercepting, 
Safety devices, 
Valve-controlled oil — 
Positively-operated. 
Combined devices — 
Generating plants, 
Internal-combustion and 
fluid-pressure — 
Fluid-transmission, 
Waste-heat utilizing. 
Combustion-chambers. 
Compensating devices. 
Convertible cycle. 
Cooling — 
Air-cooled, 
Combined packing and 

cooling, 
Cylinder, jacket, and 

head construction, 
Heat-dissipating devices, 
Liquid-impelling devices, 
Rod and piston, 
Temperature-regulators, 
Valve. 
Cylinder and piston con- 
struction. 
Double-acting — 
Four-cycle, 
Two-cycle — 
Combined pump and 
motor cylinder. 
Exhaust treatment. 
Four-cycle — 
Adjacent supply and ex- 
haust valves, 
Alined supply and ex- 
haust valves, 
Longitudinal valve and 

lever, 
Opposite supply and ex- 
haust valves, 
Oscillating valve, 
Rotating side shaft ; 
Rotating transverse 

shaft, 
Rotating valve. 
Scavenging, 
Single puppet-valve, 
Single-revolution, 
Transverse valve 

bell-crank, 
Transverse valve 

lever, 
Variable clearance. 
Frame construction. 
Free piston. 
Gunpowder. 
Hammers. 

Internal combustion 
air. 



and 

« 
and 



and 



143. 
144. 
145. 
14G. 

165. 

167. 
168. 

166. 
150. 



151. 

152. 

149. 
14S. 
147. 
153. 
164. 

154. 
160. 
162. 
155. 
156. 

158. 

159. 

157. 

161. 
163. 

169. 

19. 

196. 

1. 

52. 

59. 

60. 

54. 

56. 

58. 

55. 

57. 

53. 

36. 
37. 
51. 
39. 

34. 

35. 
30. 
32. 
33. 
31. 



Igniters — 
Flame. 
Incandescent — 

Valve-controlled, 
Sparkers— 
Circuit-closers — 
Multiple circuit, 
Primary and second- 
ary control, 
Single circuit, 
Combined adjusting 
and exhaust-regulat- 
ing, 
Combined sparker and 

valve, 
Combined valve and 

sparker operating, 
Dynamos, 
High-tension, 
Low-tension, 
Make-and-break — 
Adjusting mechan- 
ism, 
Electromagnetic, 
Oscillating electrode, 
Piston-operated 
Pneumatic, 
Reciprocating elec- 
trode, 
Rocking and rigid 

electrodes, 
Rocking and yielding 

electrodes, 
Rocking-e 1 e c t r o d e 

hammer-action, 
Rotary electrode, 
Stationary-electrode 
structure, 
Plugs. 
Liquid piston. 
Lubricators. 
Miscellaneous. 
Multiple cylinder — 
Cylinders longitudinal- 
Cranks coincident, 
Cylinders offset, 
Cylinders opposite, 
Cylinders parallel, 
Cylinders radiating, 
Cylinders tandem, 
Simultaneous expan- 
sion. 
Multiple expansion. 
Multiple explosion. 
Multiple piston. 
Non-compression. 
Oil-engines — 
External-vaporizing — 

Four-cycle, 
Internal- vaporizing — 
Forced oil-supply— 

Oil-atomizing, 
Four-cycle, 
Pump-supply to air-in- 
let— 
Four-cycle, 
Two-cycle. 
Oscillating cylinder. 
Oscillating piston. 
Reciprocating cylinder. 
Reversible. 
Rotary- 
Alternating pistons, 
Geared pistons, 
Impact, 
Reaction, 

Rotating abutment, 
Sliding abutment, 
Sliding piston, 
Swinging abutment, 
Swinging piston. 
Rotary reciprocating pis- 
ton. 
Rotating cylinder — 

Radial. 
Six-cycle. 
Solid fuel. 



Class 123. Continued. 



97. Speed-regulators— 



117 



112 



116 
114 



Automaticall y-eon- 
trolled igniting device, 
Charge-omitting — 
Centrifugal governor— 
Exhaust-valve regu- 
lating, 
Supply and exhaust 

valve regulating, 
Supply - valve regu- 
lating, 
Inertia-governor— 
Exhaust-valve regu- 
lating, 
Supply and exhaust 

valve regulating, 
Supply - valve regu- 
lating, 
Charge-proportion vary- 
ing— 
Exhaust-regulating, 
Charge-rejecting, 
Charge - volume v a r y - 
ing— 
Automatic cut-off, 
Supply-valve lift-regu- 
lating, 
Throttling, 
Combined types — 
Charge varying and 

omitting, 
Charge volume and 
proportion varying, 
Electrical, 
Ignition-omitting, 
Manually-controlled, 
Pneumatic, 

Supply-pump regulating. 
Starting devices- 
Combustible -mixture 

supply, 
Compressed-air supply, 
Compression-relieving, 



Starting devices — 
Gunpowder 
Igniters, 
Mechanical- 
Motors, 

Spark-delaying. 
Steam convertible. 
Transmission mechanism. 
Two-cycle- 
Combined pump and mo- 
tor cylinder, 
Divided pump discharge, 
Pump and cylinder adja- 
cent, 
Pump and cylinder co- 
axial, 
Pump and cylinder in- 
clined, 
Pump compression, 
Rear compression — 
Crank-case, 
Cylinder, 
Separate air and gas 
pumps. 
Vacuum-exhaust. 
Valve-controlled combus- 
tion-chamber. 
Valved piston. 
Valve -operating mechan- 
ism- 
Four-cycle — 
Double-loop cam, 
Intermittently - opera- 
ted cam, 
Intermittently - opera- 
ted tappet , 
Pneumatic, 
Two-to-one gearing. 
Valves — 
Detachable, 
Rotary. 
Water and hydrocarbon. 



CLASS 60— MISCELLANEOUS HEAT-ENGINE PLANTS, 
(xxvm.) 

(For definitions see Bulletin No. 19, p. 8.) 



Subclasses. 



2. Atmospheric and solar. 

3. Boat and torpedo. 
27. Buoyancy. 
40. Fluid compounds. 

Gravity. 
Hot air- 
Constant mass — 

Vapor, 
Continual air-supply— 
Combustion-p r o d u c t s 
injected— 
Explosion, 
Water-injected, 
Liquid-heated — 
Spray. 
Liquefied gas. 
Miscellaneous. 
Pressure-generators — 
Air — 
Combustion-product s 
injected— 
Explosion, 
Electric heater, 
Moisture-injected, 
Liquid bath, 
Steam— 
Air-injected, 



Pressure-generators- 
Steam — 
Combustion-p r /lie t s 
injected — 

30. Explosion, 
33. Flasher ty! 

31. Liquid & gaseous 

fuel. ' 

32. Solid i\f 
4. Rotary eng/^- 

'5. Injeetoy 

23. Separate/d— 

24. Wast/at. 
Steam-/ 

Air-Kcted— 

Miliary, 
Cc/ustion-products in- 

ted. 

vyjm— 

Vapor, 

Ejector, 

"xplosion. 
olatile liquid— 
Liquid-burner. 



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DIVISION XXIX. 



EXAMINER MORRIS. 



GLASSES— 147, Coopering; 227, Fire-Escapes ; 228, .Ladders; 108, Koofs; 157, Wheelwright-Machines; 20, 
Wooden Buildings; 143, Wood-Sawing; 142, Wood-Turning; 144, Woodworking; 145, Wood- 
working-Tools. 



Class 147.— COOPERING, (xxix.) 
(For definitions see Supplement No. 1, p. 2580.) 



Hoop-drivers — 
Cam-operated, 
Hydraulic and steam, 
Lever-operated, 
Miscellaneous, 
Screw-operated, 
Weight. 
Hoop-machines — 
Lapping and pointing, 
Lock-cutting, 
Miscellaneous, 
Racking. 
Jointing staves — 
Converging saws, 
Disk cutter-head, 
Inclined molding- 
heads — 
Vertically-m o v a b 1 e 
bed, 
Longitudinal cutter-cyl- 
inder, 
Miscellaneous, 
Rotary cutter — 
Pattern-feed, 
Single saw — 
Sliding carriage, 
Tilting carnage, 
Slicing-knife, 
Sliding plane, 
Traveling saw — 
Curved guide. 
Setting-up formers. 
Setting-up machines. 
Shaping staves. 
Truss-hoops. 





Subclasses 


4. 


Barrel-compressing ma- 






chines — 


8. 


5. 


Cone. 


9. 




Barrel-head making — 


10. 




Fixed chuck — 


7. 


37. 


Rotary scribing-tool, 


11. 


41. 


Hand-scribers, 


12. 


36. 


Miscellaneous, 






Rotary chuck — 


45. 


39. 


Chisel-cutter, 


46. 


40. 


Double molding-cutter, 


43. 


38. 


Rotary saw. 


44. 


1. 


Barrel-making machines. 




48. 


Basket-forming. 


28. 


47. 


Basket forming and nailing. 


29. 


42. 


Chamfering-tools. 

Crozing and chamfering bar- 






rels — 


26. 




Clamped barrel — 




13. 


Rotary cutter-head, 


35. 


24. 


Hand-crozes, 






Rotating barrel — 


25. 


14. 


Expansible cutter-head, 




15. 


Rotary cutter-head, 


27. 


16. 


Sliding tool, 




17. 


Swinging tool. 


30. 




Crozing staves — 


31. 


18. 


Miscellaneous, 


32. 




Rotary cutter — 


33. 


19. 


Endless stave-carriage, 




20. 


Sliding stave-carriage, 


34. 


22. 


Swinging, 


3. 


21. 


Swinging stave-car- 


2. 




riage, 


35!5. 


23. 


Sliding knife. 


49. 


6. 


Heading-machines. 





Class 227.— FIRE-ESCAPES, (xxix.) 



Subclasses. 



.1 



Automatic speed-g o v e r n - 
ors — 
,M. Centrifugal, 
-, \ Escapement-check, 
4 \ Fly-check, 
e'\ \Fluid-cneck. 

6 \ \cony. 

7 Cl ^y-catchers. 
8 - . Cli> V 

9 Con> \s. 
10 EndU «Jble furniture. 

11. Fire-e^rriers. 

12. Guided? V 

13. Hand-pi & > 

14. Hoist-rop^rs. 

ley. * porting trol- 

15. Lazy-tongs 

16. Rack-and-i 

17 - . Screw, on, 



Lazy-tongs — 

18. Windlass. 

19. Parachutes. 

20. Portable spars and towers. 

21. Pulley and brake. 

22. Reel— 

23. End-brake, 

24. Peripheral-brake. 

25. Rope-brakes, grip-jaw — 

26. Screw-operated, 

27. Wedge. 
Rope-brakes — 

28. Tortuous, 

29. Tortuous and grip, 

30. Tortuous and screw-oper- 

ated grip. 

31. Shooting-lines. 

32. Sliding-poles. 

33. Stairway-towers. 



Class 228.— LADDERS, (xxix.) 



Subclasses. 



1. Building-attached — 

2. Independent rungs and 

steps, 

3. Non-collapsible foldable. 

4. Collapsible. 

5. Feet. 

6. Flexible— 
31. Jointed sections, 

Reel- 
Jointed sections, up- 
wardly-extensible, 
Single-stile. 

11. Guards. 

12. Hinged sections. 

14. Ladders. 

15. Propped — 

16. Collapsible, 



7. 



10 



Propped — 

17. Hinged sections, 

18. Separable sections, 

19. Slidable sections. 

20. Scaling. 

23. Separable sections. 

21. Shutter. 

22 Single-stile. 

24. Slidable sections — 

25. Stops. 

26. Store-service. 

27. Trap-door operating. 
30. Trolley. 

28. Truck. 

29. Trussed. 



Class 108.— ROOFS, (xxix.) 
(For definitions see Supplement No. 2, p. 2557.) 



Subclasses. 



2. Adjustable. 

5. Car— 

14. Fabric-lined, 

15. Metal-lined. 

6. Composite — 
6.5. Fireproof. 

28. Eaves-troughs — 

29. Hangers, 

30. Strainers. 

7. Fabric. 
27. Fenders. 
26. Flashings. 

12. Lap-joint. 
Metallic — 

22. Interlocking lap-seam, 

13. Miscellaneous, 

18. Rib-seam — 

19. • Capped, 



Metallic — 
17. Shingle, 

20. Standing-seam — 

21. Capped. 

1. Miscellaneous. 

4. Observatory-domes. 

3. Portable. 

24. Ridges. 

16. Skylights— 

31. Operating devices. 

8. Slate and shingle — 

9. Laying. 
11. Thatch. 
10. Tile. 

23. Trusses. 

25. Valleys. 



Class 157.— WHEELWRIGHT-MACHINES, (xxix.) 
(For definitions see Supplement No. 1, p 2583.) 



Subclasses. 



13. Axle-box presses. 

1. Miscellaneous. 

2. Rim-compressors. 
12. Spoke-extractors. 

3. Spoke-setters — 

4. Work holders and guides. 
11. Tire-removers. 



5. Tire-setters — 

6. Rubber tires, 

7. Trestles and tanks. 

8. Tire-tighteners — 

9. Felly-expanders — 
10. Spoke-clamping. 



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DIVISION xxix. Continued. 



Class 20. WOODEN 


BUILDINGS. (\\i\.i 




Class 143. WOOD-SAWING. (XXIX.) 


(.For definitions see Supplement No. 1. p. 2.">77.) 




(For definitions sec Supplement No. 1. 1>. 2599.) 


Subc 


asse 






Subclasses. 


. , Ceiling-centerpieces. 




Scaffolds — 


16. 


Arc-saw machines. 


Rociproca ting-saw ma- 
ehines — 


90. Composite boards, 




Brackets— 


17. 


Band-saw machines 


91. Compound lumber. 


! 86. 


Shingling, 


27. 


Automatic tension-regu- 


81. Vlbrated-saw— 


76. Comer-shields. 


1 S l- 


Miscellaneous, 




lators, 


82. Lever-driven, 


ll. Door a n d W i n d w 


82. 


Swinging, 


28. 


Catchers, 


83. Pivoted guides. 


frames — 


I *•]' 


Trestles, 


IS. 


Centered-log, 


4. Resawlng-maehlnes — 


12. Movable jambs. 


! 87. 


Window. 


19. 


Horizontal-saw, 


5. Band-saw. 


71. Door an d w i n d \v 




Shutters— 


20. 


Inclined, 


91. Sawbucks. 


guards 


59. 


Awning, 


21. 


Multiple idlers, 


158. Saw cleaners and oilers. 


72, Body-attached. 


58. 


Miscellaneous, 


22. 


Multiple-saw, 


159. Saw-guards. 


7(1. D o o r a □ d \v \ n d o W 


CO. 


Registering-slide, 


29! 


Pulley cleaners and lu- 


160. Saw-guides — 


troughs. 




Slats- 




bricators, 


161. Hack-disk, 


Doors — 


63. 


Fixed, 


30. 


Pulleys, 


162. Back-roller, 


38. Braces, 


62. 


llvoted. 


25. 


Reciprocating-carriage, 


163. Drag, 


l';i r 


61. 


Sliding. 


23! 


Retarded-idler, 


164. Oilers, 


37. Door construction, 


78. 


Slatted Moor covering. 


31. 


Saw-lead adjustments, 


165. Pivoted-arm, 


Q rain — 


92. 


Splices and joints. 


26. 


Special-feed, 


166. Sliding-arm, 


28. Horizontal-swing, 


79. 


Stair-covers. 


24. 


Tilting-frame. 


167. Work-engaging. 


27. Miscellaneous, 


10. 


Stairs. 


32. 


Chain-saw machines. 


Saw-hanging — 


29. Pivoted side-tilt, 


04. 


Thresholds. 


33. 


Circular-saw machines — 


155. Circular-saw, 


30. Removable, 


89. 


Veneering. 


35. 


Adjustable-saw — 


156. Reciprocating-saw. 


31. Side-slide. 


4. 


Wall construction. 


36. 


Angular, 


157. Sawing-machine ap- 


32. Vertical-slide— 


5. 


Weather-boarding. 


37. 


Lateral, 


pliances. 


33. Pivoted-guide, 




Weather-strips- 


38. 


Angular — 


105. Sawmill-carriages — 


34. Vertical slide and 


65. 


Hinged — 


39. 


Centered-log, 


106. Friction-feed — 


swing. 


66 


Sills, 


40. 


Auxiliary-saw, 


107. Disk, 


21. Miscellaneous, 


67 


Spring, 


49. 


Chain-feed, 


108. Motor-feed, 


Sliding — 


69. 


Packing, 


41. 


Drop-saw, 


109. Offsetting— 


26. Cleats, 


68. 


Sliding. 


42. 


Knife-disk, 


110. Draft-operated, 


25. Guide-closures, 


57. 


Window-cranes. 


50. 


Lathe-feed, ' 


111. Friction-operated, 


23. Lateral- mo\e- 




Windows — 


34. 


Pile-cutting, 


112. Lever-operated, 


ment — 


41. 


Car, 


43. 


Portable, 


113. Track-operated. 


24. Link-support, 


40. 


Miscellaneous, 


51. 


Pusher-feed, 


125. Sawmill-dogs — 


22. Miscellaneous, 


56. 


Sash construction, 


52. 


Reciprocating-car- 
riage — 


126. Lever, 


3.5. Door construction — 




Sashes — 




127. Lever-and-cam, 


3li. Removable-panel, 


54. 


Cushioned, 


53. 


Automatic-feed, 


128. Lever and cooperating 


l(i. Miscellaneous, 


52. 


Sliding-sash, 


54. 


Mechanical ly-oper- 


gears, 


17. Oppositely-hinged, 




Sliding and swinging 




ated, 


129. Lever, gear and rack, 


IS. Rotating, 




sash — 


44. 


Rim-driven, 


130. Lever, pawl and rack, 


Sliding— 


43. 


Cord-iastener pivot, 


55. 


Roller-feed — 


131. Screw. 


20. Jointed, 


44. 


Guide-rod pivot, 


56. 


Gang, 


114. Sawmill set-works — 


19. Miscellaneous, 




Horizontally - pivoted 


57. 


Rotary-carriage, 


124. Appliances, 


39. Wickets. 




frame — 


48. 


Special-feed, 


115. Automatic, 


Floors — 


45. 


Sliding-sash, 


45. 


Successive, 


116. Direct-actuated, 


7. Composite, 


42. 


Miscellaneous, 


58. 


Swinging-carriage, 


117. End dogs, 


8. Interlocking, 




Separable-binge — 


46. 


Swinging-saw, 


118. Fluid-operated, 


9. Joist-bridging, 


46. 


Side-swing, 


59. 


Tilting work-support, 
Traveling-saw. 


119. Pawl-and-rack, 


6. Miscellaneous. 


47. 


Vertical-swing, 


47. 


120. Power-operated, 


95. Framing-sockets. 




Sliding-frame — 


1. 


Combination-machines. 


121. Spring-retracted, 


94. Joist connections. 


48. 


Vertically-p i v o t e d 


2. 


Hoop-pole machines — 


122. Supplemental support, 


13. Lathing — 




sash, 


3. 


Band-saw. 


123. Wedge. 


14. Lath-holders. 




Sliding-stile — 


96. 


Log deck-blocks. 


133. Saws— 


73. Mantels. 


49. 


Horizontally - piv- 


92. 


Log-t ransf ers — 


134. Bent, 


74. Moldings. 




oted sash, 


93. 


Pusher-blocks, 


135. Chain, 


75. Mosaics and inlaying. 


50. 


Vertically -pi voted 


94. 


Trough-and-kicker. 


136. Dished, 


93. Nail-hole plugs. " 




sash, 


97. 


Log-turners — 


137. Expansion-aperture, 


15. Panels and wainscoting. 




Vertically - pivoted 


98. 


Bar-and-chain, 


138. Gumming-aperture, 


2. Portable houses — 




frame — 


99. 


Bar and inclined pistons, 


139. Sectional, 


3.5. Telephone-booths, 


51. 


Sliding-sash, 


100. 


Bar and parallel pistons, 


140. Smoothing. 


3. Voting-booths. 


55. 


Storm, 


101. 


Bar-and-piston, 


168. Saw-table gages — 


96. Post-bases. 


53. 


Swinging-sash. 


102. 


Endless, 


169. Angular-adjustment — 


Scaffolds— 




Wooden buildings — 


103. 


Hook, 


170. Vertical, 


88. Binders, 


1. 


Miscellaneous. 


104. 


Hook-and-chain. 


171. Curve-cutting, 


84. Brackets — 


72.5 


Wooden colamns. 


95. 


Log turners and deck- 


172. Markers, 


S5. Ladder, 








blocks. 


173. Roller, 








86. 


Miter-boxes — 


174. Sliding— 








87. 


Adjustable — 


175. Link, 








88. 


Biplane, 


176. Rack-and-pinion. 








89. 


Swinging saw-guide, 


132. Saw-tables. 








90. 


Swinging work-guide. 


141. Saw-teeth — 








6. 


Mitering-machines — 


142. Crosscut, 








7. 


Reciprocating-saw. 


143. Planer, 








60. 


Reciprocating-saw ma- 
chines — 


144. Reversible. 










145. Saw-teeth, fastenings — 








61. 


Drag— 


146. Bridge-plate, 








62. 


Automatic-return, 


147. Cap— 








63. 


Crank, 


148. Separable-bit, 








64. 


Lever, 


149. Key, 








65. 


Lever-and-bow, 


150. Key and locking-plate, 








66. 


Lever and gears, 


151. Locking-plate, 








67. 


Lever and lazy-tongs, 


152. Spring-latch, 








68. 


Motor, 


153. Wedge, 








69. 


Oscillatory, 


154. Wedge and locking. 








79. 


Laterally- adjustable 
arm, 


plate. 
8. Shingle-machines — 
10. Belt-feed, 








80. 


Piston-connected, 








84. 


Roller-feed, 


11. Dog-and-step feed, 








70. 


Scroll- 


9. Reciprocating-saw, 








71. 


Frame, 


12. Roller-feed, 








72. 


Free-end saw, 


13. Tilting-gage, 






* 


73. 


Spring-return, 
Swivel-saw, 


14. Tilting-table— 








74. 


15. Rotary carriage. 








75. 


Special-cut— 


85. Tubular-saw machines. 








76. 


Pattern-guide, 










77. 


Pivoted work-holder, 










• 78. 


Tilting saw-frame, 





(63) 



DIVISION XXIX.— Continued. 





Class 142.— WOOD-TURNING, (xxix.) 


Class 144.— 


Continued. 




(For definitions see Supplement No. 1, p. 2586.) 


Combined machines — 




Mortising — 








47. Turning and polishing, 


78. 


Hollow-chisel and bit — 




Subclasses. 


48. Turning and sawing. 


79. 


Portable, 


55. Attachments. 
47. Carriage-feed. 
Circular section — 

17. Automatic spindle- 

lathes— 
20. Chute-feed, 

18. Endless-feed — 


Circular section — 
Spiral-grooving — 
Cutter — 
Rotary — 
34. Roller-feed, 
23. Hollow cutter-head. 
54. Hollow mandrels. 


284. Cork and bung presses. 

251. Cutter-guards. 

252. Cutter -hoods and dust- 

conveyers. 
Cutters — 
Rotary— 
241. Bits, 


67. 
68. 
80. 
81. 
82. 
83. 
S4. 


Multiple-chisel — 

Portable, 
Oscillating-chisel — 

Portable, 
Rotary-cutter — 

Portable, 
Work-supports. 


19. 


Disk, 
Clamped-work — 
Cutter, chisel — 


53. Lathe-centers. 
1. Miscellaneous. 
Pattern-section — 


Cylindrical— 
230. Slotted bit-seat, 
221. Spiral-bit, 


207. 
129. 


Osier-peelers. 
Planers — 
Bed adjustments, 


46. 


Longitudinally-mov- 
able, 


Cam-controlled— 
Cutter— 


Disk — 
234. Eccentric segmental 


124. 


Beveling — 
Lateral, 




Hollow cutter-head — 


12. Laterally-movable, 


bit, 




Longitudinal — 


45. 


End-turning, 


6. Laterally and longitu- 


237. Gang, 

Multiple — 
236. Pattern, 

Multiple clamping- 


125. 


Inclined work- 


42. 
43. 


Cutter- 
Chisel— 
Pattern — 


dinally movable, 
14. Longitudinally -mov- 
able, 


126. 
127. 


pocket, 
Shifting-cutter, 
Shifting w T ork- sup- 


44. 
38. 
39. 
40. 


Disk, 
Pattern-guide — 
Rotary, 
Rotary — 
Pattern, 
Pattern-guide, 
Slicing — 
Longitudinally - mov- 
able, 
Cutters — 


Rotary— 
10. Fixed bearings, 
Clamped-work — 
Cutter, chisel — 


disks — 

232. Pivoted-bit, 

233. Shank-bit, 
231. Tangential-bit, 


130. 
128. 
123. 


port, 
Cutter adjustments, 
Endless-bed, 
Endless-cutter carrier, 


41. 
37. 

36. 


8. Laterally.and longitu- 

dinally movable, 
Cutter— 

9. Rotary, 
Copying- 
Cutter — 


Side-attached bit — 
235. Edge-cutting, 

219. End-thrust, 

220. Frusto-conical, 
218. Miscellaneous, 

Polygonal — 


114. 
121. 
122. 

117. 
131. 


Miscellaneous. 
Reciprocating-cutter — 

Lateral, 
Rotary-cutter — 

Cylinder — 
Bearings, 


21. 
22. 


Chisels, plain and pat- 
tern — 

Pattern-guide, 
Rotary and chisel — 

Pattern, 


13. Laterally-movable, 
7. Laterally and longitu- 
dinally movable, 
15. Longitudinally - mov- 
able, 


227. Concave bit-seat, 
226. Convex bit-seat, 
225. Plane bit-seat, 
224. T-slot bit-clamp, 
, Radial arms — 


116. 
118. 
119. 
115. 
120. 


Double surfacers, 
Disk- 
Traveling, 

Scrapers, 

Stationary-cutter — 


32. 


Hollow cutter-head — 


Rotary — 


228. Plane bit-seat, 


132. 


Bit adjustments. 


31. 


Cutter, chisel — 


11. Fixed bearings, 


229. Slotted bit-seat. 


309. 


Processes. 


30.- 


Pattern— 
Radially-movable, 


3. Many-spindle lathes, 
Oval-form — 


Saw — 
239. Distorted, 


196. 
197. 


Punching-cutters— 
Fixed-die. 


29. 

27. 

28. 

4. 


Radiall y-mo vable— 
Pattern-guide— 
Rotary, 
Many-spindle lathes — 


16. Guided chucks — 
51. Counterpoises. 
Polygonal section — 
2. Annular work-holders — 


Double — 
222. Intermediate- 
cutter, 
Single — 


182. 
183. 
184. 
208. 


Riving — 
Beveling, 
Fixed-knife. 

Rossing bark. 


5. 


Automatic spindle-feed, 


52. Chucks. 


223. Side-cutter, 




Shaping — 




Spiral-grooving— 
Cutter- 


Steady-rests — 
50. Yielding. 


238. Wabble, 
240 Solid. 


135. 
153. 


Box-trimming, 

Curved -bar work-sup- 


35. 


Chisel, 


49. Tool-rests. 


85. Dovetailing— 




port, 


26. 


Rotary — 


48. Tool - rests and work - sup- 


86. Consecutive cutters, 


152. 


Curved-work guide, 


25. 


Hollow-mandrel, 


ports. 
56. Turning-tools. 
Work-holders — 


87. Frusto-conical bit, 


136. 


Grooving, 


24. 
33. 


Pattern-guide, 
Rack-and-p i n i o n 
feed, 


88. Inclined-chisel, 

89. Inclined rotary-disk. 


134. 
146. 


Miscellaneous, 
Oscillating-knife, 




57. Socket. 


Feed and presser mechan- 




Pattern — 








isms — 




Cam— 








245. Blank-feeders, 


142. 


Cutter-guiding, 








242. Miscellaneous, 


143. 


Work-guiding, 








243. Presser-bars and chip- 


141. 


Crank-guided cutter, 








breakers — 


140. 


Gear-guided cutter, 








244. Sectional, 


137. 


Miscellaneous, 








Rolls- 


138. 


Polygonal forms, in- 








Feed— 




dexed-work, 








246. Miscellaneous, 


139. 


Rotating-table, shift- 








247. Spring-pressed, 




ing-cutter, 








248. Weighted, 




Templet — 








249. Presser, 


144. 


Cutter-guiding— 








250. Sectional. 


144.5. Templets, 




Class 144.— WOOD"* 


VORKING. (xxix.) 


133. Gaining. 

280. Glue-applying apparatus. 


145. 
149. 


Work-guiding, 
Pattern-knife, swinging- 




(For definitions, see Su] 


>plement No. 1, p. 2591.) 


279. Glue-applying and pressing 
apparatus. 


147. 


frame, 
Reeiprocating-knife, 




Subcl 




278. Machine-work clamps 


148. 


Reversible-cutter, 




asses. 


90. Matching— 


150. 


R o t a r y-c utter, end- 


306. 


Bench-dogs— 


289. Clamps— 


91. End. 




thrust, 


307. 


Clamping, 


290. Bench, 


50. Match-making — 


154. 


Rotary work-carrier, 


308. 


Removable. 


294. Box-joint, 


61. Box-filling, 


151. 


Universally-jointed cut- 


92. 


Boring- 


296. Door-supporting, 
295. End and partition, 


59. Coiling, 




ter-shaft. 




Brush— 


57. Cutting and coiling, 




Shaving— 


94. 


Multiple-bit, 


Miter— 


54. Cutting and framing— 


155. 


Fixed-knife — 


95. 


Rotating work-holder, 


292. Multiple-joint, 


55. Die-punches— 


156. 


Circular knife-block, 


96. 


Tilting work-holder, 


293. Single-joint, 


56. Fixed, 


157. 


Drum-feed, 


113. 


Hollow-auger, 


297. Portable— 


52. Cutting, framing, and 


158. 


Roller-feed, 




Long-work— 


299. Extensible-beam, 


dipping— 


159. 


Knife pair — 


107 


Automatic step-feed, 


300. Parallel-screw — 


53. Die-punches, 


160. 


Gripper, 


108. 


Hand-operated step- 


301. Quick-action, 


60. Dipping, 


161. 


Roller-feed. 




feed, 


302. Pivoted-lever, 


65. Dipping-frames— 


162. 


Slicers — 


109. 


Traveling-tool, 


298. Ship-planking, 


62. Emptying, 


167. 


Arc-cut, 


110. 


Multiple- 


303. Straight-beam adjust- 


63. Filling— 




Beveling— 


111. 


Double-ended bit- 


able-jaw. 


64. Hopper-feed, 


168. 


Alternate end-feed, 




stock. 


304. u-beam— 


58. Framing and dipping, 


169. 


Shifting knife-guide, 


112. 


Relative lateral adjust- 


305. Quick-action, 


66. Splint-feed mechanism, 


170. 


Tilting-gage, 




ment, 


291. Rectangular-frame- 


51. Wax and paper. 


171. 


Tilting-table, 




Portable — 


work. 


49. Miscellaneous single-oper- 


172. 


Cylinder — 


104. 


Hand— 


1. Combined machines — 


ation machines. 


173. 


Grooving, 


106. 


Angularly-a d j u s t - 


35. Boring and sawing, 


216. Miter-cutters — 


174. 


Radial-knife, 




able, 


36. Planing and matching, 


217. Angle-knife. 


175. 


Fixed-knife, 


105. 


Overhead-work, 


37. Planing, matching, and 


Mortising— 


180. 


Hopper-feed, 


93. 


Special-work, 


dividing, 


69. Auger-cutter — 


163. 


Reslicers, 


103. 


Swinging, 


38. Planing and polishing, 


71. Automatic step-feed, 


181. 


Roller-feed, 


102. 


Wheel-felly, 


39. Planing and sawing, 


70. Portable, 


176. 


Rotary-disk, 


97. 


Wheel-hub— 


40. Riving and shaving, 


72. Chain-cutter— 




Stay-log— 




Axial — 


41. Shaping and dividing, 


73. Portable, 


177. 


Oscillating, 


98. 


Stationary bit-stock, 


42. Slicing and scoring, 


75. Chisel- 


178. 


Reciprocating, 


99. 


Stationary-work— 


43. Slicing and shaving — 


Boring and mortis- 


179. 


Screw-feed, 


100. 


Inclined bit-stock, 


44. Converging knives, 


ing.. 




Strip-cutting— 


101. 


Opposite rotary 
bit-stocks. 


45. Tenoning and boring, 


76. Portable, 


164. 


Converging knives — 




46. Turning and boring, 


77. Chisel-reversers, 


165. 


Lathe-feed, 



(64) 



DIVISION XXIX.— Continued. 





cY\ss 1 II. 


Continued. 




CLASS 1 15. 


Conl id. 




SUoers 


192. Splitting and bundling. 


22. 


Cant-dogs. 




1 Candles— 




Strip-cutting 


198. Tenoning 


23. 


Chalk-line holders and 




Socket-fastenings 


166. 


Lathe teed 


199. Blind-Hat— 




chalkers, 


106. 


Threaded-tang, 


186. 


Silvering 


300. Rotary outters, 


24. 


Chisels 


99. 


T ra n s v e rse-sc rew 


189. 


Saw, 


201. Rotary galnlng-o ut- 


25. 


Compound, 




clamp— 


190. 


Plunger and ilxod-knifo. 


ters, 


26. 


Gage. 


100. 


Integral-socket, 


191. 


Receiving and handling 


202. Chisel pair, 


27 


Cue-1 rinuuers. 


101. 


Split-socket. 




devloes, 


208. Rotary gainlng-out- 


as! 


Drawing-knives. 


31. 


Handsaws— 


L86. 


Scoring-plane — 
Endless-belt, 


ters 




Drawing-shaves — 


35. 


Attachments, 


is:. 


201. Multiple-tenon. 


49. 


Single-handle. 


32. 


Truss-frame, 


188. 


Rotary. 


205. Tenon-1 urning— 


29. 


Hammers— 


33. 


U -frame — 


2 


Special-work uiaohlnes 


206. Wheel-spoke. 


30. 


Nail-placers. 


34. 


Extensible. 


3. 


Combined 


209. Veneer-lathes— 


61. 


Handles- 


36. 


Mallets. 


4. 


Ciroular-seotlon, 


210. Convertible, 


65. 


Cross-bar— 


1. 


Miscellaneous. 


5. 


Blind ami sash out- 


211. Inclined knives, 


77. 


Ratchet, 




Nail-extractors — 




ting— 

Kolishiii.tr. 


212. Knives and knife-blocks, 


79. 


Fastenings — 


44. 


("law-bar — 


6. 


213. Pressor bars and rolls, 


80. 


End-cap, 


45. 


Pivoted-fulcrum, 


7. 


Box-blank. 


214. Stay-logs. 


81. 


Wedge— 


40. 


Hammer-and-anvil, 


8. 


Chair-round tenoning 


215. Strip-cutting a 1 1 a c h - 


82. 


Screw-expanded, 


39. 


Holding-hook, 




and sawing, 


ments. 




Hollow — 


37. 


Miscellaneous, 


9. 


Clothes-pin, 


2S1. Veneer-presses — 


64. 


Retractile-tool, 




Nipper— 


10. 


Conveyer-flight, 


283. Molding, 


62. 


Magazine- 


43. 


Lever-operated, 


11. 


Handle, 


282. Roller. 


63. 


Registering chambers, 


42. 


Wedge-operated, 


12. 


Pin, 


Wood-bonding— 


75. 


Ratchet-and-pawl, 


41. 


Nut and screw lifters, 


13. 


Shingle, 

Spool, 

■\\ heel-felly boring and 


254. Bending and drying, 


76. 


Ratchet-clutch, 


38. 


Pivoted grapple-bar. 


14. 


255. Bending-rollers. 


78. 


Shield attachments, 


46. 


Nail-sets. 


17. 


270. Bends, 


83. 


Socket-fastenings— 


114. 


Reamers. 




sawing, 


269. Clamps, 


84. 


Bevel-closing— 




Saw-handles— 


16. 


Wheel-hub, 


Former — 


85. 


Axial-screw— 


109. 


Double-grip, 


18 


Wheel-spoke tenoning 


259. Fixed— 


86. 


Spring-retracted 


108. 


Miscellaneous, 




and sawing, 


260. Collapsible, 




jaws, 


113. 


Scroll, 


15. 


Wheel tenoning and 


261. End-thrust, 


87. 


Rotating-ring— 




Spindle— 




boring, 


262. Radial arm and 


88. 


Sp ring- retracted 


112. 


Longitudinal-s c k e t 


19. 


Window - stile - pocket 


roller, 




jaws, 




and tightening-bar, 




cutting, 


266. Strap, 


92. 


Screw-cap — 


110. 


Side-clamping plates, 




Single or combined— 


264. Strap-and-lever, 


93. 


S p ring-retracted 
jaws, 


111. 


Transverse-socket and 


25. 


Box-hooping, 


263. Strap-and-windlass, 






tightening-bar. 


26. 


Comb-teeth cutting, 


265. Strap-and-screw, 


91. 


Screw-cone, 


47. 


Scrapers. 


21. 


Disk-cutting— 


267. Pivotal— 


89. 


Screw-ring — 


48. 


Scraping-planes. 


22. 


Blank sawing, feed- 


268. Coiling, 


90. 


Sp ring-retracted 


50. 


Screw-drivers — 




ing, and punching, 


258. Hoop-gaging, 




jaws, 




Holding attachments — 


23. 


Rotary tubular-cut- 


256. Presses — 


94. 


Sliding-ring— 


52. 


Side-gripping jaws, 




ter, 


257. End compressors, 


95. 


Sp ring-retracted 




Shell-guide — 


24. 


Sweep-cutter, 


271. Steaming. 




jaws, 


51. 


Spring-operated. 


20. 


Disk cutting and bor- 


Wood-ornamenting — 


96. 


Cam-closing— 


53. 


Spiral-tool drivers — 




ing. 


276. Articles, 


97. 


Spring-retracted 




Forward-pressure— 


27. 


Hinge-seat cutting, 


272. Embossing— 




jaws, 


54. 


Reversible-rotation. 


28. 


Pencil-wood making, 


273. Die-rollers, 


107. 


Friction-grip, 


55. 


Spokeshaves — 


29. 


Piano-hammer felting. 


274. Heat-applying, 


98. 


Lever-closing, 


56. 


Adjustable mouth- 


30. 


Pin-pointing, 


275. Graining, 


104. 


Pivoted-latch, 




pieces, 


31. 


Pin-setting, 


277. Processes. 


102. 


Shouldered -tang and 


57. 


Beading-bits, 


32. 


Screw-driving, 


286. Work-benches— 




cap, 


58. 


Gage. 


33. 


Tray-making, 


287. Adjustable stock-rest. 


103. 


Shouldered -tang and 


59. 


Staple-pullers. 


34. 


Tree-felling. 


285. Work-benches and tool- 




side-socket, 


115. 


Tenon-cutters. 


193. 


Splitting— 


chests combined. 


105. 


Sliding-latch, 


60. 


Wedges. 


194. 


Self-feeding — 


253. Work-guides. 










195. 


Roller-and-belt. 

Class 145.— WOODWOI 

(For definitions see Sup 

Subcl 
Augers- 


288. Work-holding stands. 

.KING-TOOLS, (xxix.) 

plement No. 1, p. 2588.) 

isses. 

Bench-planes— 










127. 


Adjustable cutting-lip, 


16. Bit-clamps, 










123. 


Countersinks, 


17. Bits, 










12a. 


Detachable cutters, 


6. Chamfering, 










124. 


Exp aiiding, reverse- 
taper, 


7. Core-box, 
9. Flexible-face, 










128. 


Gage attachments, 


20. Gage attachments, 










116. 


Miscellaneous, 


19. Handle attachments, 










118. 


Pod, 


10. Irregular-work, 










125. 


Secondary cutters, 


18. Lubricating attach- 










122. 


Square-hole cutters, 


ments, 










121. 


Sweeps, 


5. Miscellaneous, 










119. 


Tubular— 


8. Strip-cutters. 










120. 


Core-cutters, 


60.5. Bit-frames. 








# 


117. 


Twist. 


Bit-stocks — 










2. 


Axes — 


66. Miscellaneous, 










3. 


Detachable-bit, 


70. Ratchet— 










4. 


Gage attachments. 
Beneh-planes — 


72. Pivoted pawls, 

73. Sliding pawls — 










15. 


Adjustable mouth- 
pieces, 


74. Changeable-face, 
71. Straight-crank arm, 










11. 


Bit adjustments — 


Straight — 










12. 


Angular, 
Longitudinal — 


67. Side-driving shaft, 
U crank-arm — 










13. 


Pivoted -lever and 
screw, 


69. Angular bit-shaft, 
68. Speeding-gear. 










14. 


Screw, 


21. Box-openers. 











47626— OS- 



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DIVISION XXX. 



EXAMINER SULLIVAN. 



GLASSES. — 50, Thud-Pressure Eegulators; 67, Lamps and Gas-Fittings; 158, Liquid and Gaseous Fuel Burners; 

197, Type-Writing Machines. 



Class 50.— FLUID-PRESSURE REGULATORS, (xxx.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 6, p. 9.) 



Combined regulators 
cut-offs — 
Diaphragm — 

Lever, 
Float- 
Lever, 
Liquid transfer, 
Piston- 
Lever, 
Valve-balancing. 
Multiple r e g u 1 a t i n 
vices — 
Auxiliary valve — 
Venting. 
Regulators — 
Balanced pressure, 
Inlet pressure, 
Outlet pressure — 
Diaphragm — 
Lever- 
Spring, 
Weight, 
Spring, 



Subclasses. 
and 



g de- 



Regulators — 
Outlet pressure — 
Diaphragm — 
Water-protected, 
Weight, 
Float- 
Lever — 
Spring, 
Weight, 
Spring, 
Weight, 
-Piston — 
Lever — 
Spring, 
Weight, 
Spring, 
Weight, 
Valve-balancing, 
Varying-resistance — 
Automatic weight- 

varying, 
Clockwork, 
Liquid transfer. 



CLASS 67.— LAMPS AND GAS-FITTINGS. (XXX.) 



Subclasses. 



1. 

97. 

4. 

92. 
93. 
91. 
99. 

53. 

54. 

89. 
100. 
121. 

60. 

59. 

61. 

101. 

7. 

144. 

51. 
122. 
123. 
148. 
124. 
125. 

52. 



126. 
127. 
128. 
129. 

70. 

79. 

83. 

33. 

10. 

11. 



130. 
131. 
132. 
133. 

32. 

87. 
150. 

39. 

76. 

42. 



Candlesticks — 

Miners'. 
Chimney-holders. 
Chimneys — 

Composite, 

Double, 

Integral. 
Collars and tops. 
Cut-offs- 
Automatic, 

Pressure. 
Distributers. 
Drip-catchers. 
Explosive-lighters. 
Extinguishers — 

Fluid, 

Mechanical, 

Pneumatic. 
Fonts. 
Gas-burners — 

Acetylene, 

Incandescent — 
Block, 
Magnesium, 
Mantles, 

Mantle-supports, 
Miscellaneous, 

Regene r ative, 

Regulating. 
Gas-lighting attach- 
ments — 

Conducting-tube, 

Flame-guards, 

Pilot, 

Self-igniting. 
Headlights. 
Lamp attachments. 
Lamp-boxes. 
Lamp-burners— 

Argand, 

Multip'e-wick. 
Lamp-lighting attach- 
ments- 
Aperture, 

Match-scratchers, 

Miscellaneous, 

Separable. 
Lamps — 

Bicycle — 
Supports, 

Bracket, 

Carriage, 

Cigar-lighting, 



Lamps- 
Flash, 

Forced-draft, 

Independent-reservoir, 

No-chimney, 

Safety-tube and central- 
draft— 
Draw-bar, 
Miscellaneous, 
No-raiser, 
Rack-bar, 
Screw-rod, 
Swiss-screw, 

Special, 

Street. 
Lanterns — 

Dark, 

Signal, 

Submarine, 

Tubular. 
Lantern-holders. 
Lighting implements. 
Lighting systems. 
Lights- 
Christmas-tree, 

Decorative, 

Hydrogen-platinum, 

Signal. 
Oil indicators and fillers. 
Pedestals. 
Pocket-lighters. 
Safety lamps and lanterns 
Spark-catchers. 
Stage-lighting. 
Torches. 
Vapor-burners — 

Air-mixing — 
Conducting-plate, 
Heating-jet, 
Retorts, 

Auxiliary-jet, 

Contractors' torches, 

Double- flame, 

Heat-conducting, 

Main flame heated, 

Miscellaneous. 
Vents. 
Wick locks, stops 

gages. 
Wick-pickers. 
Wick raisers, flat. 
Wicks. 



and 



Class 158.— LIQUID AND GASEOUS FUEL BURNERS, 
(xxx.) 

(For definitions see Bulletin No. 16, p. 7.) 



Subclass? 



Burners- 
Gas— 
Acetylene, 
Burner-caps — 
Regulating, • 
Concentric gas and air 

jet, 
Davy lamp diaphragm, 
Flame-deflectors, 
Fuel-distributers, 
Gas-jet attachments — 

Convertible, 
Gas-logs, 
Laboratory type, 
Lighting devices. 
Multiple — 
Independent cut-off, 
Mixmg-tube, 
Relatively adjust- 
able, 
Pressure-burners, 
Regenerative, 
Liquid-fuel— 
Absorbent — 

Alcohol-lamp, 
Automobile — 
Gas-chamber, 
Starters, 
Blast-lamp— ' 
Hand-torches— 
Automatic blow- 
pipe, 
Wick type, 
Fuel-feeding— 
Lamp-stove type- 
Reservoir— 
Protector and 
air-feeding, 
Liquid-seal, 
Maintained oil- 
level— 
Float-controlled— 

Liquid-seal, 
Fountain-feed — 
Removable- 
font— 
Cut-off, 
Vertically - adjust- 
able burner or 
tank, 
Tanks — 
Burner cut-off— 
Retracting- 
pump, 
Combined oil and 

gas, 
Drop-feed, 
Force-feed, 
Siphon-feed, 
Lamp type— 

Water-vaporizers, 
Pan or tray — 
Steam or air spray, 
Water-surface, 
Perforated c o m b u s - 
tion-tube — 
Combustion-tubes, 
Lighting arrange- 
ments, 
Trough, 
Wick, 
Retort — 
Additional carbu- 
reter- 
Central generator, 
Auxiliary-heater— 

Subburner, 
Coil, 
Film, 



7(1. 



Burners — 
Liquid fuel — 
Retort- 
Lighting and relight- 
ing devices, 
Movable vapor-de- 
flector, 
Oil, steam, or water — 

Steam-jet, 
Overlying— 
Mixing-chamber — 
Burner-cap, 
Side-retort, 
Starters — 
Continuously-op- 

erated, 
Lighting-cup— 
Oil-charge meas- 
uring, 
Superheating— 

Burner-cap, 
Underlying — 
Cond ucting- 
plate — 
Mixing - chamber 
and burner- 
cap, 
Mixing- chamber 

and burner-cap. 
Mixing -chamber 
and f 1 ame-de- 
flector, 
Wick-feed, 
Spray- 
Atomizers, 
End nozzles, 
Oil and air, 
Oil, air, and steam, 
Oil and steam, 
i. Processes, 
Coal-stove attachments — 

Lid-burners. 
Combined gas and coal. 
Combined gas and water 

vaporizers. 
Combined oil and gaseous 

fuel. 
Fire-kindlers. 
Furnaces — 
Combined door and 
• burner, 
Gas, 

Liquid-fuel — 
Retort — 
Gas-making, 
Locomotive type. 
Gas and air mixers — 

Proportional. 
Self-heating tools — 
Branding-irons — 
Gas, 

Hydrocarbon -re ser- 
voir, 
Burning-tools — 
Gas, 

Hydroca rbon-reser- 
voir, 
Curling-irons — 
Hydrocarbon -reser- 
voir, 
Roll-heating type. 
Sad-irons, 
Soldering-irons — 

Gas, 
• Hydrocarbon -reser- 
voir, 
Solder-feeders. 
Valves and cleaners— 
Pressure-governed. 



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DIVISION XXX. Continued. 



Class 197. TYPE-WRITING MACHINES, (xxx.) 



\ Unei 

vi taohments. 

Bar 

Carriages 

Carriage-stops, 

Feed mechanism, 

Line-spacing, 

Paper-feeding, 

Platens, 

Platen-shifts, 

Scales and pointers, 



Subclasses. 

5. Cleaners. 

6. Electrical. 

7. [ndex-wheel. 

8. Keyboards. 

9. Key-wheel. 
in. Miscellaneous. 
n. Plate. 

12. Ribbon mechanism. 

13. Stenographic. 




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DIVISION XXXI. 



EXAMINER ELY. 



GLASSES.— 195, Alcohol; 203, Ammonia, Water, and Wood Distillation; 202, Charcoal and Coke; 48, Gas: 
Heating and Illuminating; 149, Hides, Skins, and Leather; 134, Liquid Coating Compositions; 
196, Mineral Oils; 87, Oils, Fats, and Glue; 210, Water Purification. 





Class 195.— ALCOHOL, (xxxi.) 




Class 48.— 


Continued. 




Subclasse 


;. 


Acetylene— 




Generators — 


1. 


Beer — 




Malting — 




Generators — - 




Retort — 


4- 


Preserving — 


21. 


Apparatus — 




Water-feed — 


113. 


Furnaces, 


5. 
2. 


Pasteurizing, 
Purifying — 


22. 
23. 


Cylinders, rotary, 
Malt-stirrers, 


32. 

27. 


Oscillating, 
Percolating — 
Pressure- valves, 


97. 
92. 


Hydrogen, 
Metal-bath, 


3. 


Finings and shavings. 


24. 


Processes. 


28. 


102. 


Oil— 


6. 


Distilled spirits — 




Mashing — 


37. 


Pressure- valves, 


107. 


Air-injected, 




Aging- 


25. 


Apparatus — 


33. 


Rotary-cylinder, 


106. 


Automatic-feed . 


7. 


Apparatus— 


26. 


Digesters and disinte- 


34. 


Rotary-grate, 


103. 


Electric heater, 


9. 


Rocking racks, 




grators, 


23. 


Series, 


104. 


Jet-mixers, 


10. 


Processes, 


27. 


Fore-mashers, 


35. 


Underfeed. 


105. 


Steam-injected, 


11. 


Apparatus — 


28. 


Mash-tubs— 


144. 


Carbureters — 


93. 


Oil and gas injected, 


12. 


Stills- 


29. 


Rakes, 


155. 


Atomizers, 


94. 


Oil and steam inject- 


13. 


Columns, 


30. 


Tubular rakes, 


156. 


Capillary — 




ed— 


14. 


Doublers and worms, 


31. 


Hops, 


157. 


Spiral-passage, 


95. 


Air, 


10. 


Vapor-filters, & 


32. 


Processes, 


158. 


Vertical-screen, 


96. 


Carbureter, 


15. 


Rectifying processes. 


33. 


Wort- 


159. 


Zigzag-passage, 


91. 


Portable, 




Fermenting — 


34. 


Hopping, 


147. 


Fixer, 


108. 


Water — 


17. 


Apparatus — 


35. 


Purifying. 


160. 


Gravity, 


109. 


Carbureter, 


18. 


Vats, 


36. 


Wines. 


148. 


Heater — 


110. 


Oil-gas, 


19. 


Vent-bungs, 






149. 


Air, 


111. 


Wood- 


20. 


Processes. 






161. 


Lamps — 


112. 


Oil. 








162. 


Gravity, 


174. 


Holders — 




'-* 




150. 


Oil-feed— 


176. 


Bell and tank— 








151. 


Float- valves, 


177. 


Sectional-bell, 


Class 203.— AMMONIA, WATER, 


AND WOOD DISTILLA- 


152. 
153. 


Pump, 
Rotary, 


178. 
175. 


Collapsible, 
High-pressure safety-es- 




TION. (xxxi.) 


154. 


Spray, 




cape, 








163. 


Osmotic, 


179. 


Tank. 




Subclasses, 


164. 


Pivoted — 


180. 


Mixers — 


1. . 


Ammonia. 1 5. 


Water. 


165. 


Revolving, 


181. 


Bell and tank — 




rurpentine — 6. 


Wood. 


145. 


Regulating, 


182. 


Anterior, 


3. 


Apparatus, 




146. 


Series, 


183. 


Posterior, 


4. 


Processes. 


' 


166. 


Submerged-blast — 


184. 


Diaphragm, 








167. 


Coil, 


185. 


Gravity, 








168. 


Surface — 


186. 


Pump, 








169. 


Float. 


187. 


Rotary-drum — 




Class 202.— CHARCOAL AND COKE, (xxxi.) 


170. 
222. 


Center and by-pass valves. 
Compositions — 


188. 
189. 


Anterior, 
Posterior. 




Subclasses. 


223. 


Carbureting, 


196. 


Natural. 


10. 


Charcoal — 
Kilns, 




3oke— 
Ovens — 


224. 
171. 
172. 


Purifying. 
Dip-pipes — 
Valved. 


197. 
216. 
217. 


Processes — 
Acetylene — 
Slow, 


2. 


Processes, 


6. 


Doors, 


190. 


Distribution — 


218. 


Treatment of calcium 


3. 


Retorts. 


7. 


Dumping-bottoms. 


193. 


Leakage — 




carbid, 


4. 


Coke— 
Ovens- 


8. 
9. 


Processes. 
Retort-ovens. 


194. 
195. 


Preventing, 
Odorizers, 


219. 
210. 


Carbureting, 
Coal, 


5. 


Chargers and discharg- 






191. 


Regulating pressure, 


201. 


Coal and oil, 




ers, 






192. 


Safety devices. 


202. 


Coal and water, 








173. 


Exhausters. 


200. 


Coal, oil, and water, 








61. 


Generators — 


198. 


Hydrogen — 








62. 


Cupola — 


199. 


Carbureting, 


Class 48.— GAS. HEATING AND ILLUMINATING (xxxi.) 


87. 
63. 


Accessories, 

Air and steam inject- 


211. 
212. 


Oil— 
Air-injected, 




(For definitions see Bulletin No. 11, p. 4.) 




ed— 


213. 


Gas-injected, 








64. 


Superheated, 


214. 


Oil and steam injected— 




Subclasses. 


85. 


Carbon-monoxid . 


215. 


Air, 




Acetylene — 




Acetylene — 


86. 


Chargers 


203. 


Producer, 


59. 


Carbid-cart ridges — 




Generators — 


77. 


Coal, 


220. 


Purifying, 


(ifl. 


Conglomerate, 




Water-feed — 


72. 


Coal and oil, 


221. 


Storage absorption, 


1. 


Generation and liquefac- 


24. 


Cells-series, 


73. 


Coal and water, 


204. 


Water — 




tion, 


19. 


Ebb-and-flow — 


71. 


Coal, oil, and water, 


205. 


Carbureting, 


2. 


Generator and holder, 


21. 


Cells-series, 


65. 


Electric, 


206. 


Continuous, 


3. 


Generator and mixer, 


22. 


Concentric, 


70. 


Hydrogen, 


207. 


Down-run, 




Generators — 


20. 


Series, 


75. 


Oil and steam injected, 


208. 


Up-and-down run, 


56. 


Automatic safety es- 


29. 


Expansible carbid- 


76. 


Producers, 


209. 


Wood. 




cape, 




container, 


74. 


Refractory filling, 


128. 


Purifiers — 


38. 


Carbid-feed — 


30. 


Expansible water- 


66. 


Rotary-bottom , 


137. 


Boxes, 


39. 


Apron or belt, 




holder, 


88. 


Stirrer, 


138. 


Condensers, 


40. 


Cock, 


5. 


Holder-operated — 


78. 


Water- 


143. 


Revivifying, 


41. 


Dip— 

Cells-series, 


8. 


Cells-series, 


79. 


Carbureter — 


140. 


Separators — 


42. 


9. 


Gasometer and 


80. 


Fixer, 


141. 


Centrifugal,' 


43. 


Flap-valve, 




high-pressure 


81. 


Retort. 


142. 


Float- valve, 


44. 


Hand — 




holder, 


84. 


Oil-gas, 


139. 


Trays, 


45. 


Dip, 


10. 


Interior-valve, 


82. 


Up-and-down run — 


129. 


Washer and dry purifier, 


40. 


Measured charges- 


11. 


Rotary-cylinder, 


83. 


Interlocking 


130. 


Washer and scrubber — 


47. 


Cartridges, 


6. 


Series— 




valves, 


131. 


Float, 


48. 


Rotary-carrier — 


7. 


Automatic- 


67. 


Water-jacket— 


132. 


Reciprocating, 


49. 


Vertical, 




switch, 


68. 


Rotary-bottom, 


133. 


Rotary — 


50. 


Stationary, 


12. 


Underfeed, 


69. 


Water-seal pit, 


134. 


Vertical, 


51. 


Piston, 


13. 


Valveless— 


114. 


Hydrogen — 


135. 


Spray- 


52. 


Plate-valve, 


14. 


Displacer, 


116. 


Carbureter — 


136. 


Rotary. 


53. 


Pop-valve, 


15. 


Flexible-tube, 


117. 


Air, 


119. 


Retorts — 


54. 


Screw, 


16. 


Generato r-sup- 


118. 


Floating-oil, 


126. 


Attachments, 


55. 


Slide-valve, 




ported, 


115. 


Series, 


127. 


Cleaning. 


57. 


Sludge- remover, 


17. 


Siphon, 


101. 


Coal, 


120. 


Compound, 


58. 


Valves, gas and water 


18. 


Tilting, 


100. 


Coal and oil, 


122. 


Inclined, 




feed, 


31. 


Inexpansible gas- 


99. 


Coal and water, 


124. 


Lids — 


4. 


Water- feed- 




holder and water- 


98. 


Coal, oil, and water 


125. 


Rotary, 


25. 


Capillary— 




feed, 


89. 


Retort — 


121. 


Rotary, 


26. 


Adjustable, 


36. 


Interlocking devices, 


90. 


Domestic plants, 


123. 


Vertical . 



(68) 



DIVISION XX XI .— CONTI N 1 1 ED. 





Class 149. HIDES, skins 


AND LEATHER. (XXXI.) 




Class tfl&— MINERAL 


OILS, (xxxi.) 




Subclasses 






Subclasses. 


s. 


Vpparat us 




Apparatus— 
Tanning, 


I. 


Apparatus— 
Reducing gravity, 




Apparatus 


• >■> 


Coloring and polishing, 


I'- 


2. 




SI ills 


i'V 


Endless belts, 


ll. 


Tumbling-drums, 


I 


Stills- 


Hi. 


Vacuum, 


16. 


Helloa] tools, 


10. 


Vats. 


o. 


Bottoms, 


17. 


Vapor-outlets. 
Coal-oil - 


20. 


Putting oul and stretch- 




Processes ami composi- 


5. 


Condensers, 






ing 




tions — 


7. 


Feeders, 


21. 


Processes, 


SI. 


St retching-frames, 


8. 


Bating, 


8. 


Films, 


19. 


Retorts- 


17. 


Reciprocating tools— 


7. 


Coloring and polishing, 


9. 


Furnaces and (lues, 


20. 


Rotary. 


18. 


Rocking Frames, 


6. 


Currying, 


10. 


Heads, 


22. 


Compositions — 




I\ oiling ;i ml embossing. 


'-'. 


Depilating, 


11. 


Jackets, 


23. 


Burning-fluid. 


l-l. 


V: t ir\ \ limbrs 


1. 


Preserving, 


12. 


Rotary, 


24. 


1'arafTin. 


15. 


Rotating tools. 


4. 


Tanning, 


13. 


Series, 


25. 


Processes — 


12. 


Tables and frames, 


5. 


Tawing. 


4. 


Stirrers and scrapers, 


2(5. 


Chemical, 


K!. 


Tanners' tools, 






18. 


Supplementary heat- 
ing, 


27. 
28. 


Infect' ng gases, 
Residuum, 










14. 


Tubular, 


29. 


Washing and filtering. 










15. 


Utilizing gases and resi- 
due, 







Class 134.— LIQUID COATING COMPOSITIONS, (xxxi.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 7, p. 14.) 



Subclasses. 



Barrel-lining — 
Bituminous and resin- 
ous — 
Tar, 
Wax, 
Gelatinous and gummy. 
Fabric coating and water- 
proofing — 
Bituminous and resin- 
ous — 
Tar, 
Wax, 
Gelatinous and gummy, 
Proteids, 
Rubber. 
Furniture-polish. 
Ink- 
Branding, 
Copying, 

Fraud-preventive, 
Indelible, 
Printers' — 
Bituminous and resin- 
ous, 
Stamping, 
Sympathetic, 
Treatment, 
Writing — 
Powders. 
Leather coating and polish- 
ing— 
Bituminous and resin- 
ous- 
Wax, 
Gelatinous and gummy. 
Miscellaneous — 

Treatment. 
Paint — 
Antifouling and insecti- 
cidal — 
Bituminous and resin- 
ous — 
Tar, 
Wax, 
Bituminous and resin- 
ous — 
Tar, 
Wax, 
Distemper, 
Driers, 
Fireproof- 
Soluble silicates, 



Paint — 

49. Fillers, 

55. Gelatinous and gummy, 

47. Luminous, 

58. Pigments — 

59. Iron salts, 

60. Lampblack — 

61. Reciprocating collec- 

tor-plate, 

62. Reciprocating 

scraper, 

63. Rotating burners, 

64. Rotating collector- 

plate, 

65. Rotating cylinder, 

66. Settling-chambers, 

67. Lead salts — 

68. Attrition process, 
Dry process — 

69. Carrier, 

71. Pots, 

70. Stack, 

72. Treating, 
Wet process — 

73. Alkali, 

74. Ammonium ace- 

tate, 

75. French, 

76. Metallic powders, 

77. Ultramarine, 

78. Zinc salts, 

50. Proteids, 
54. Rubber, 

48. Stains, 

83. Treatment, 

56. Vehicles. 

79. Pyroxylin. 

18. Sizing— 

21. Bituminous and resin- 

ous — 

22. Wax, 

23. Gelatinous and gummy, 

19. Laundry starch and pol- 

ish, 

20. Proteids. 

25. Stove-polish. 

26. Varnish— 
81. Treatment. 

27. Window-frost preventive. 



Class 87.— OILS, FATS, AND GLUE, (xxxi.) 
Subclasses. 



17. Adhesives. 

18. Artificial butter. 
21. Candles. 

3. Candle apparatus. 

4. Decomposing fats. 

5. Detergents. 

6. Extracting oils. 

7. Glue. 



9. Lubricants. 

12. Refining fat oils. 

13. Rendering. 
23. Soap articles. 

16. Soap manufacture. 
26. Suint. 
19. Wax. 



Class 210.— WATER PURIFICATION, (xxxi.) 



Subclasses. 



Filters- 
Beer, 

Chemical-feeders , 
Cistern-cleaners, 
Cistern-supply, 
Decanters, 
Faucet, 

Filtering-faucet s , 
Granular-bed, 
Liquid sterilizers, 
Materials, 



Filters— 
10. Oil, 

Porous-wall, 

Portable, 

Pressure, 

Rotary-bed, 

Service-pipe, 

Strainers, 

Submerged, 

Systems. 



1. Miscellaneous. 



(69) 



DIVISION XXXII. 



EXAMINER BANCROFT. 



GLASSES.— 209, Carbonating Beverages; 225, Dispensing Beverages; 221, Dispensing-Cans ; 220, Metallic Ship- 
ping and Storing Vessels; 226, Packaging Liquids; 62, Befrigeration, 





Class 209.— CARBONATIN 


G B 


EVERAGES. (xxxn.) 




Subclasses 


. 


7. 


Beverages. 


15. 


Gas collection. 


1. 


Carbonators — 


16. 


Gas distribution. 


10. 


Beer- 


4. 


Gas-generators — 


11. 


Atomizer, 


6. 


Acid-feed siphon, 


12. 


Pressure, 


17. 


Furnace, 


13. 


Pump, 


5. 


Rotary-stirrer. 


3. 


Rotary-mixer, 






14. 


Spray. 






8. 


Carbonators and genera- 
tors- 






9. 


Portable. 








Class 225.— DISPENSING 


BEVERAGES, (xxxn.) 




Subcl 


isse< 




1. 


Beer apparatus— 


'21. 


Soda-water apparatus— 


2. 


Barrel-taps— 


22. 


Bottle-taps, 


3. 


Drait-tube, 


23. 


Faucets- 


4. 


Driving-tools, 


24. 


Foam— 


S. 


Faucets- 


25. 


Rotary valve, 


6. 


Foam, 


26. 


Mixing, 


7. 


Pump, 


27. 


Nozzles, 


8. 


Foam-separators — 


28. 


Fountains- 


9. 


Settling-chambers, 


29. 


Casings, 


10. 


Followers- 


30. 


Pressure-reducers, 


11. 


Collapsible, 


31. 


Pump, 


12. 


Pipe-cleaners— 


32. 


Syrup-cocks — 


13. 


By-pass, 


33. 


Measuring, 


14. 


Hot-water, 


34. 


Rotary, 




Pressure — 


35. 


Syrup-tanks — 


15. 


Air — 


36. 


Removable- 


16. 


Pump, 


37. 


Sliding, 


17. 


Gas — 


38. 


Swinging, 


IS. 


Attached chamber, 


39. 


Valves. 


19. 


Pump, 






20. 


Vents. 








Class 221.— DISPENS 
Subc 


ING-CANS. (xxxii.) 
lasses. 


93. 


Canteens and flasks. 




Hand-oilers — 


1. 


Filling-cans — 




Feed-controllers— 


2. 


Closures- 


43. 


Bottom, 


3. 


Cap— 


44. 


Spout, 


4. 


Screw, 


45. 


Stem — 


5. 


Spout, 


46. 


Lever, 


6. 


Pivoted, 


47. 


Forced-feed — 


7. 


Screw- 


48. 


Bottom-actuated, 


8. 


Plug, 


49. 


Bulb, 


9. 


Jackets — 


50. 


Nozzle-actuated, 


10. 


Corrugated, 


51. 


Pump- 


87. 


Wire, 


52. 


Air, 


29. 


• Wooden — 


53. 


Holders- 


88. 


Closures, 


54. 


Rod, 


11. 


Nozzles — 


55. 


Illuminating, 


12. 


Cut-offs- 


56. 


Spouts— 


13. 


Automatic — 


57. 


Cleaning-pins, 


14. 


Spring- 


58. 


Closing-caps, 


15. 


Pull, 


59. 


Vented. 


16. 


Push, 


60. 


Paint-tubes. 


17. 


Vents, 


61. 


Powder-cans— 


18. 


Detachable, 


62. 


Cut-offs- 


19. 


Rotary — 


63. 


Measuring, 


20. 


Vented, 


64. 


Rotary, 


22. 


Screw, 


65. 


Receiving-pockets, 


21. 


Slide, 


66. 


Rotary stirrers. 


23. 


Detachable — 


67. 


Tanks- 


24. 


Reversing, 


68. 


Cabinets, 


25. 


Flexible-tube, 


69. 


Drainers- 


20. 


Pivoted, 


70. 


Covered, 


27. 


Sliding, 


71. 


Cup, 


28. 


Vented, 


72. 


Pump- 


89. 


Tilting stands- 


73. 


Covered, 


90. 


Pivoted— 




Pressure — 


91. 


Frames, 


74. 


Air — 


92. 


Lift and swing, 


75. 


Blow, 


31. 


Vents. 


76. 


Bulb, 


32. 


Hand-oilers— 


77. 


Pump, 


33. 


Attachments, 


78. 


Followers — 


34. 


Bottom springs, 


79. 


Screw, 


35. 


Compartment, 


80. 


Pump — 


36. 


Drip-catchers — 


81. 


Covered, 


37. 


Return— 


82. 


Lift- 


38. 


Valved, 


83. 


Removable, 


39. 


Vents, 


84. 


Nozzle, 


40. 


Droppers, 


85. 


Removable,' 


41. 


Feed-controllers— 


86. 


Return suction. 


42. 


Automatic, 







Class 220.— METALLIC SHIPPING AND STORING VES- 
SELS. (XXXII.) 





Subclasses 




1. 


Barrels — 




Can-closures — 


2. 


Corrugated, 




Rip- 
Cutting, 


3. 


Jackets, 


67. 


4. 


Sectional. 


68. 


Strip- 


35. 


Baskets — 


69. 


Integral— 


36. 


Wire. 


70. 


Double-seam, 


5. 


Boxes- 


71. 


Key, 


6. 


Blacking — 


72. 


Wire — 


7. 


Handles, 


73. 


Seam, 


8. 


Blanks, 


74. 


Screw — 


9. 


Closures — 


75. 


Bayonet, 


10. 


Fasteners, 


76. 


Slip— 


11. 


Hinges- 


77. 


Multiple-cover, 


12. 


Spring, 


78. 


Packed, 


13. 


Sliding, 


79. 


Sealing grooves, 


14. 


Compartment — 


80. 


Snapping. 


15. 


Closures, 


81. 


Can-seams — 


17. 


Knockdown. 


82. 


Crimped- 


21. 


Bucket-bottoms. 


83. 


Ping, 


22. 


Bucket-closures. 


84. 


Three-wall, 


23. 


Bucket-ears — 


85. 


Four-wall, 


24. 


Detachable, 


86. 


Five-wall, 


25. 


Driving, 


87. 


Six to twelve wall. 


26. 


Embossed, 


88. 


Canisters — 




Locking — 


89. 


Bottom-feed, 


27. 


Bail, 


90. 


Closures, 


28. 


Cover, 


91. 


Display. 


29. 


Wire. 


92. 


Cans — 


30. 


Bucket-handles— 


93. 


Blanks, 


31. 


Wire — 


137. 


Bottoms, 


32. 


Bails. 


94. 


Hermetic closures — 


33. 


Buckets — 


95. 


Fusible, 


34. 


Can, 


96. 


Plug, 


35. 


Coal- 


97. 


Hermetic sealers, 


36. 


Blanks, 


138. 


Jacketed, 


37. 


Bottoms — 


98. 


Lined. 


38. 


Integral-foot, 


108. 


Casks — 


39. 


Integral foot and 


109. 


Soda-water — 




body, 


110. 


Valved. 


40. 


Wooden, 


111. 


Crates — 


41. 


Closed, 


131. 


Knockdown — 


42. 


Feeders — 




Folding— 


43. 


Bottom, 


132. 


Horizontal-pivot, 


44. 


Guards — 


133. 


Horizontal and verti 


45. 


Pivoted, 




cal pivot, 


40. 


Sifting, 


134. 


Sectional. 


47. 


Garbage, 


112. 


Pans — 


48. 


Jackets, 


113. 


Blanks. 


49. 


Lunch — 




Receptacles — 


50. 


Compartment — 


114. 


Antirust, 


51. 


Nesting — 


115. 


Garbage — 


52. 


Sectional, 


116. 


Hoisting, 


53. 


Jackets, 


117. 


Sinks, 


54. 


Slop- 


118. 


Vault, 


55. 


Closures — 


119. 


Wall. 


56. 


Disinfecting, 


.120. 


Tank attachments- 


57. 


Liquid-seal. 


121. 


Safety— 


58. 


Can-closures — 


122. 


Float, 


59. 


Cap, 


123. 


Water-jackets. 


00. 


Fasteners — 


124. 


Tank-closures. 


61. 


Bar, 


125. 


Tanks- 


62. 


Pivoted, 


126. 


Transporting— 


63. 


Plug, 


127. 


Compartment, 


64. 


Ring, 


128. 


Vehicle. 


65. 


Rip- 






66. 


Breakable, 







(70) 



DIVISION XXXIL— Continued. 





ii iss 226. i' \i'K \.;i\.; i 


J.QTJIDS. (XXXJI.) 






V'..., (assi 




•1. 


Corklng-maohines 






Fllllng-maohlnes — 


6. 


lutomatlc-feed, 
Compressing 






Cut-offs 
Automatic 


7 


\ui omatlc-feed, 




ll 


Vent, 


S. 


Hand-tools. 




16. 


Faucets, 


28. 


Filling and oorking 


ma- 


17. 


Gage 




chines 




IS. 


Adjustable, 


29. 


Barrel, 




hi. 


Pump- 


SO. 


Corking-nozzle, 




•JO. 


Adjustable, 


31. 


Counter-pressure, 




21. 


Multiple-nozzle, 


32. 


Reciprocating nozzle 




22, 


Reciprocating nozzle 


9. 


Filling-maohlnes— 




23! 


Siphon-bottle, 


10. 


Barrel, 




24. 


Siphon-tube, 


L5. 


Counter-pressure, 






Stoppers 


11. 


Cut-offs 




25. 


Internal, 


12. 


Automatic — 




26. 


Valve, 


13. 


Float. 




27. 


Turn-over. 



Class 62.— REFRIGERATION, (xxxn.) 
Subclasses. 



Air— 

20. Expansion, 
22. Ice, 

21. Refrigerated surface. 

2. Beer-coolers. 

3. Corpse-coolers. 

4. Ice-cream freezers — 
17. External freezing. 

6. Ice-machines. 



8. Implements. 
16. Lard-coolers. 

18. Liquefaction of gases. 

10. Refrigerators. 

11. Refrigerator-buildings. 

12. Refrigerator-cars. 

19. Separation of liquids. 

13. Water-coolers. 

14. Wine-coolers. 



(71) 



DIVISION XXXIII. 



EXAMINER W. A. COWLES. 



CLASSES.— 30, Cutlery; 53, Domestic Cooking; Vessels; 174, Electricity: Medical and Surgical; 177, Electric 
Signaling; 72, Masonry and Concrete Structures; 135, Tents, Canopies, Umbrellas, and Canes. 



Class 30.— CUTLERY, (xxxm.) 



1. Animal-shears. 
3. Can-openers. 

21. Fork-guards. 
5. Forks. 

22. Forks and spoons. 
9. Knives — 

20. Gage, 
8. Hay, 
10. Pocket. 



Subclasses. 

23. Manicure implements. 

11. Pruning implements — 

24. Fruit-clippers. 

12. Razors. 

13. Scissors and shears. 

14. Twine-cutters. 

15. Wick-trimmers. 
17. Wire-shears. 



Class 53.— DOMESTIC COOKING VESSELS, (xxxm.) 



Boilers — 

1. Domestic — 

2. Steamers. 

3. Coffee and tea pots. 

4. Corn-poppers. 

5. Gridirons. 



Subclasses. 

Pans— 

6. Bake, 

7. Frying. 

8. Pots and kettles. 

9. Tea-kettles. 
10. Waffle-irons. 



Class 174.— ELECTRICITY. MEDICAL AND SURGICAL. 

(XXXIII.) 



Subclasses. 



87. Baths. 

88. Body-wear. 

89. Electrodes. 

177. Medical and surgical — 
172. Chairs and couches, 



Medical and surgical — 

173. Combs and brushes, 

174. Electric soles, 

175. Exercising apparatus, 
170. Vaporizers. 



Class 177.— ELECTRIC SIGNALING, (xxxm.) 





Subclasses 




311. 


Alarms — 


10. 


Circuit-closers 


314. 


Burglar, 


202. 


Burglar, 


315. 


Hose, 


301. 


Letter-box, 


317. 


Liquid-level, 


203. 


Lock, ' 


316. 


Safe, 


204. 


Retarded, 


318. 


Weight-controlled. 


128. 


Thermal — 


7. 


Bells- 


302. 


Fluid, 


288. 


Electromechanical. 


303. 


Fusible. 



Class 72.— MASONRY AND CONCRETE STRUCTURES, 
(xxxm.) 

(For definitions see Bulletin No. 21, p. 5.) 





Subclasses. 


55. 


Arches — 




56. 


Bridge— 


4. 


57. 


Metal-lined, 


6. 


58. 


Fireplace, 


2. 


63. 


Floor- 


5. 


64. 


Bridge, 


7. 


69. 


Concrete- 


10. 


70. 


Externally metal re- 


11. 




inforced, 


9. 


71. 


Internally metal re- 


72. 




inforced, 


76. 


67. 


Tile— 


74. 


68. 


Metal-reinforced, 


75. 


65. 


Tile and concrete — 


73. 


66. 


Metal-reinforced, 


51. 


59. 


Girders — 


52. 


62. 


Attaching, 


53. 


61. 


Metal-reinforced, 


54. 


60. 


Plastic-filled. 


86. 


101. 


Bonding and tying — 


87. 


108. 


Anchors and sockets, 


88. 


102. 


Bonding, 


89. 


104. 


Clamps, 


97. . 


105. 


Fixing-blocks, 


77. 


106. 


Joints — 


81. 


107. 


Bio*, 


78. 


103. 


Ties. 


80. 


8. 


Bridges. 


79. 


15. 


Building elements and sup- 


128. : 




ports, integral. 


129. 


1. 


Buildings- 


132. 


3. 


Apartments, 


135. 





Class 72.— 


Continued. 




Implements — 


16. 


Walls- 


134. 


Hods, 




Block— 


130. 


Plastering-machines, 




Faced — 


133. 


Plumbs, 


35. 


Attached, 


138. 


Pointers, 


36. 


Integral, 


131. 


Running-molds, 


45. 


Fiber, 


137. 


Scrapers, 


41. 


Hollow — 


136. 


Trowels and floats. 


42. 


Metal-reinforced, 


100. 


Manholes and covers. 


43. 


Parallel-spaced — 


123. 


Plastering — 


44. 


Metal-reinforced, 


124. 


Plaster-boards — 


37. 


Solid- 


125. 


Ornaments. 


39. 


Angular, 


82. 


Posts — • 


38. 


Interlocked, 


83. 


Inseparable bases, 


40. 


Metal-reinforced, 


84. 


Separable bases. 




Block and plastic— 


109. 


Reinforcing elements — 


31. 


Plastic-covered— 


111. 


Bars- 


32. 


Metal-reinforced, 


112. 


Attached shear mem- 


29. 


Plastic-filled — 




bers, 


30. 


Metal-reinforced, 


113. 


Integral shear mem- 


17. 


Faced — 




bers, 


18. 


Tile- 


110. 


Compound, 


26. 


Faced elements, 


114. 


Joints, 


22. 


Flexible-backed, 


116. 


Lathing — 


24. 


Framed, 


121. 


Corner-beads, 


25. 


Interlocking, 


117. 


Expanded-metal , 


23. 


Rigid-backed, 


118. 


Furring and fasten- 


19. 


Wall-anchored — 




ing, 


21. 


Bonded, 


119. 


Wire- 


20. 


Metal-reinforced 


120. 


Furring and fasten- 


27. 


Monolithic — 




ing, 


28. 


Metal-reinforced, 


122. 


Spacers, 


34. 


Fences, 


115. 


Studding. 




Monolithic- 


98. 


Sills and jambs. 


47. 


Hollow— 


90. 


Smoke-flues — 


48. 


Metal-reinforced, 


95. 


Bases, 


46. 


Partition, 


91. 


Block, 


49. 


Solid— 


94. 


Lined, 


50. 


Metal-reinforced, 


92. 


Sectional, 


33. 


Wood and plastic. 


93. 


Stacks. 




Waterproofing— 


96. 


Stairs. 


126. 


Cellars, 


13. 


Tanks- 


127. 


Walls. 


14. 


Lined. 


12. 


Wells. 


85. 


Telegraph-poles. 


99. 


Windows. 



CLASS 135.— TENTS, CANOPIES, UMBRELLAS, AND CANES, 
(xxxm.) 

(For definitions see Supplement No. 3, p. 2692.) 



Umbrellas- 
Covers, linings, and 
cases — 
Sight-openings and ven- 
tilators, 
Drip-cups, 
Folding— 

Sliding-rib, 
Geats, 
Retainers — 
Runner — 
Sliding, 
Spring- 
Modified runner, 
Stick-hinge locked, 
Turning, 
Tip, 
Ribs and stretchers, 
Rib and stretcher joints— 

T-head and socket, 
Rib-tips, top-protectors, 

and fasteners, 
Runners and notches, 
Self opening and closing— 
Handle-release, 
Tensioned rib and 
stretcher, 
Suspended. 
Umbrella-supports. 



Buildings- 
Auditoriums, 




Subclasses. 


Elevators and bins, 


45. 


Canes and sticks — 


I 


Plans, 


46. 


Umbrella-sticks, 




Storage, 


47. 


Modifications and attach- 




Vaults. 




ments. 


35. 


Cellars — 


5. 


Canopies- 




Caves. 


7. 


Bicycle, 


48. 


Cisterns. 


6. 


Boat, 


25. 


Columns — 


8. 


Hanging covers. 


26. 


Metal-reinforced, 


9. 


Canopy-supports — 


32. 


Plastic-covered, 


10. 


Baby-carriage, 


37. 


Plastic-filled, 


11. 


Bicycle, 


38. 


Tile-covered. 


12. 


Body-harness. 


39. 


Conduits — 


1. 


Tents- 


40. 


Culverts, 


3. 


Frames — 


41. 


Pipes — 


4. 


Folding, 


42. 


Lined and covered. 


14. 


Heaters, lighters, venti- 


43. 


Coping- 




lators, and doors, 


44. 


Borders, 


15. 


Pegs, poles, and cover- 


31. 


Chimney-caps, 




fastenings, 


29. 


Vault. 


2. 


Umbrella type. 


30. 


Doors. 


20. 


Umbrellas — 


36. 


Foundations — 


27. 


Auxiliary frame-brace, 




Concrete piles, 


16. 


Combined — 


28. 


Machine, 


17. 


Umbrellas and canes — 


22. 


Piers, 


18. 


Imitation cane-case, 


24. 


Shoring. 


19. 


Independent-stick, 


23. 


Implements— 


33. 


Covers, linings, and 




B ricklaying-machines, 




cases — 


21. 


Gages, 


34. 


Covers and linings, de- 


13. L 


Hawks, 




tachable, 





(72) 



DIVISION XXXIV. 



EXAMINER SIMPSON. 



GLASSES.— 188, Eailway-Brakes ; 105, Eailway Eolling-Stock ; 104, Eailways. 



Class 1SS.— RAILWA Y-HRAKKS. (xxxiv.) 



Subclasses. 



16. Automatic — 

17. Draw-bar actuated— 

19. Centrifugal governor, 

18. Winding, 

20. Push-rod actuated— 

21. Winding. 

22. Beams. 

23. Brake-flange on wheel. 
•24. Brakes. 

25. Brake-shoes — 

82 Back-stiffeners, 

26. Chills, 

27. Composite faces, 

28. Fasteners, 

29. Non-metallic, 

30. Rail, 

31. Recessed faces, 
69. Roller. 

32. Conduit-slot. 
Disk on axle — 

33. Brake-band, 

34. Peripheral shoes, 

35. Side shoes. 

36. Electric— % 

Magnetic clutch— 

37. Winding-drum, 

38. Magnetic shoes, 

39. Solenoid-operated. 
Fluid-pressure — 

1. Automatic, 

9. Brake-piston indicators, 

10. Brake-release valves, 

2. Derailment — 

81. Frangible devices, 

3. Direct, 

4. Electric, 

7. Engineers' valves, 

11. Load-regulated valves, 

5. Momentum-pump — 

71. Governors, 

12. Pressure-retainers, 
83. Signals, 

72. Speed-controlled, 

73. Strainers and drain-cups, 

13. Train-pipe couplings, 



Fluid-pressure — 

Train-pipe-release valves, 

Train-pipe stop-cocks, 

Triple valves, 

Vacuum. 
Hand-levers — 

Ratchet-drum, 

Ratchet-segment. 
Hangers — 

Non-chattering. 
Load-regulated. 
Locomotives- 
Connected series, 

Shoes between drivers. 
Positive lock. 
Rail— 

G rippers — 
Automatic, 

Rotary. 
Safety-catches. 
Setting devices. 
Slack-adjusters— 

Ratchet-bar, 

Ratchet-driven screw. 
Staffs— 

Friction-clutch handles, 

Geared, 

Locking-ratchet s , 

Ratchet-handles — 
Pivoted, 

Screw, 

Winding attachments. 
Top shoes. 
Train-operated — 

Rotary shafts, 

Winding. 
Trip-controlled — 

Frangible devices. 
Track-circuit controlled. 
Wheel and rail — 

Chock-block. 
Winding- 
Pneumatic shift. 
Winding-axle. 
Winding-drum. 





Class 105.— RAILWAY RO 


LLII> 




Subclasses 


4. 


Axles — 






Divided- 


262. 


258. 


Fixed middle bearings, 




66. 


With couplings, 


75. 


67. 


Wheel-attaching devices, 


76. 


68. 


With sleeved and fixed 


15. 




wheels. 


192. 




Bevel-ended — 


77. 


69. 


Non-telescoping. 


78. 


63. 


Car-movers — 


193. 


132. 


Flange or axle grip, 




70. 


Pinch-bars — 


79. 


71. 


With rail-grip, 


194. 


73. 


Traction-wheels. 






Cars— 


183. 


133. 


Bell-cord hangers, 


173. 


74. 


Dining, 


174. 


14. 


Dumping — 


195. 


184. 


Convertible flat and 


16. 




hopper bottom, 


196. 


185. 


Hopper-bottom, 


197. 




Inclined-bottom — 


198. 


186. 


Side doors, 




187. 


Inwardly-tilting sec- 


80. 




tions, 


81. 


188. 


Outwardly-tilting sec- 


19. 




tions — 


5. 


189. 


Displaceable sides, 


199. 


190. 


Tilting-body— 


200. 


191. 


-Displaceable sides, 


82. 



(XXXIV.) 



Cars — 

Expansible, 

Express — 
Burglar-proof, 

Floor-frames, 

Freight — 
Frames, 
Fruit, 

Removable covers, 
Removable side sec- 
tions, 
Rolling, 
Running boards and 

rails, 
Stakes — 
Releasable, 
Side-folding, 
Steps and platforms, 

Hand- 
Geared, 

Lamp arrangement, 

Merchandising, 

Open street — 
Seats, 
Side guards, 

Passenger- 
Baskets, 
Double-deck, 
Dust-guards, 
Emergency-exits, 



Class 105.— Continued. 



201. 
202. 
83. 

84. 
204. 
205. 

85. 

86. 

87. 

88. 

21. 

23. 

90. 
206. 
207. 

208. 



209. 

91. 

210. 

211. 

212. 

28. 

31. 
213. 

92. 

35. 

214. 

93. 

61. 

94. 
215. 

95. 

96. 

17. 
217. 

97. 
259. 
218. 
219. 
220. 
221. 
222. 

223. 

224. 
225. 
227. 
228. 
226. 

98". 
260. 

99. 
175. 
229. 

230. 
231. 
232. 
261. 

102. 
101. 
100. 
60. 
176. 
263. 
177. 

178. 
179. 
180. 
233. 
234. 
235. 
236. 
181. 
24. 
117. 
118. 



Cars — 
Passenger — 
Frames, 
Head-rests, 
Individual safes, 
Platform extensions— 

With gates, 
Platforms, 

Seat and door arrange- 
ment, 
Steps — 
Extension- 
Folding, 
Sliding, 
With gate, 
Safety-bridges, 
Sleeping — 
Berth-guards, 
Berth-locks, 
Compartment ar- 
rangement, 
Convertible seat and 

berth, 
Curtains and rods, 
Hinged berths, 
Ladders, 
Partitions, 
Seat-back and upper 

berth, 
Suspended berths, 
Steam street, 
Street- 
Awnings, 
Convertible open and 

closed, 
Hand-straps, 
Reversible, 
Storm-fronts, 
Vestibule. 
Derailment-guards — 
Inclined wheels, 
Rail-interlocking, 
Supplemental wheels. 
Locomotives — 
Belt-gearing, 
Draw-bar lifters, 
Electric — 
Belt-gearing, 
Friction-roller driven, 
Geared, 

Intermittent-grip, 
Longitudinal gear- 
shafts, 
Longitudinal worm- 
shifts, 
Friction-roller driven, 
Intermittent-grip, 
Longitudinal shafts, 
Rack-rail, 
Swinging-bogie, 
Telescoping pilots, 
Tenders, 

Traction-increasers— 
Electric, 

Gripping-drivers. 
Mail-bag delivery — 
Car-forks, 

Catchers and cranes, 
Cranes, 
Projectors. 
Motors — 
Manually-operated, 
Spring, 
Tread-power. 
Sanding devices — 
Chain-feed, 
Fluid-pressure, 
Oscillatory-feed, 
Reciprocatory-feed — 
Horizontal, 
Vertical, 
Rotary-feed. 
Single rail- 
Side guides — 
Locomotives. 
Single top and bottom rail. 
Sound-deadening devices. 
Springs — 
Coil- 
Cap and bed plates, 



Springs — 
Coil and rubber, 
Conical volute, 
Elliptic- 
Cap and bed plates, 
Multiple-disk, 
Pneumatic, 
Rubber — 

Cap and bed plates. 
Zigzag. 
Starters. 

Starters and brakes. 
Suspended. 
Trains — 

Power-transmitters. 
Trucks— 
Antifriction-wheels, 
Bolsters- 
Cast, 

Guides, 

Pressed-steel, 

Trussed, 
Cable-grip, 
Center bearings — 

Pressed-steel, 
Changeable-gage , 
Curve-adjusters — 

Swiveled-wheel, 
Electric-motor — 

Bogies, 

Equalizing-levers, 

Motor-supporters, 

Rigid-frame, 
Four-wheel- 
Bogies, 

Curve-adjusters — 
Axles, radial, 
Axles, sectional, 
Frames — 

Pressed-steel, 
Pedestals, 
Safety-supporters, 
Side bearings, 
Six-wheel — 

Bogies, 

Curve-adjusters — 
Axles, radial, 
Supplemental. 
Velocipedes — 
Bicycle attachments, 
Geared. 
Wheel-bodies — 
Cast in tires, 
Cast on hubs. 
W heel-fenders — 
Car and truck equal- 
izer, 
Combined brake, 
Fixed-scoop, 
Folding hinged-scoop, 
Hinged-scoop, 
Inclined — 

Tilt-up front, 
Obstacle-projectors, 
Pilot type, 
Rotary — 

Positively-driven, 
Trip and drop-scoop. 
Trip and shoot forward, 
Wheeled-scoop, 
Wheel-tread. 
Wheels — 
Bushings, 
Counterbalances, 
Epicycle, 
Flanges — 

Independent -move- 
ment, 
Integral — 

Cast — 
Hollow webs, 
Spokes— 

Cast-in, 

Metallic — 
Detachable, 

Wooden, 
Ti re-fasteners — 

Bolted lap-flanges, 

By casting. 

Integral lugs, 



(73) 



DIVISION XXXIV.— Continued. 





Class 105.- 


-Continued. 




Wheels— 




Wheels- 




Tire fastners — 




Webs— 


160. 


Transverse intermedi- 




Sheet-metal disks — 




ate keys, 


169. 


Single, 




Tires- 




Split castings — 




Cushioned — 


170. 


Detachable tires, 


161. 


Metallic springs, 


171. 


W ooden , 


162. 


Kubber, 




Webs and tires — 


163. 


Wooden blocks, 


172. 


Pressed-steel. 


164. 


Loose, 


182. 


Wheel-tread surfaces — 


165. 


Non-metallic, 


142. 


Form, 




Webs — 


143. 


Multipie, 


167. 


Sheet-metal disks — 


144. 


Peripheral rollers, 


168. 


Non-metallic filling, 


145. 


Recessed. 




Class 104.— RAILWAYS, (xxxiv.) 




Subcl 


asses 




154. 


Balloon. 




Signals — 


114. 


Bridge-guards. 


22. 


Switch, 


49. 


Buffers. 


174. 


Time— 


1. 


Car-replacers — 


175. 


Retarders, 


161. 


Car-attaehed, 


70. 


Train-order. 


162. 


Hinged blocks, 


94. 


Signals, automatic — 


163. 


Rigid blocks, 


122. 


Agitated, 


164. 


Shifting jacks. 


123. 


Block, 


63. 


Compensators— 


124. 


Crossing, 


148. 


Intermittent-grip, 


71. 


Danger, 


149. 


Slot, 


72. 


Setting apparatus, • 


150. 


Weight. 


73. 


Tappets, 


40. 


Crossings— 


74. 


Trips. 


116. 


Movable-rail — 


61. 


Sledways. 


117. 


Stub. 


95. 


Switch-chairs. 


3. 


Deadening noise. 


115. 


Switch-pieces. 


75. 


Defieotion-stands. 


96. 


Switch-rods. 


76. 


Detector-bars. 


25. 


Switch-stands. 


4. 


Elevated — 


12. 


Switches — 


131. 


Bicycle, 


23. 


Automatic — 


146. 


Cable rail, 


77. 


Safety, 


181. 


Suspended ways- 


127. 


Derailing, 


180. 


Switches. 


155. 


Electric — 


165. 


Endless carrier. 


198. 


Controller-operated, 


50. 


Foot-guards. 




ElcctroA aid pressure — 


5. 


Frogs— 


199. 


Car-controlled, 


99. 


Movable-rail — 


125. 


Lap, 


118. 


Lap, 


26. 


Pneumatic, 


119. 


Stub, 


78. 


Safety, 


98. 


Spring-rail. 


152. 


Slip, ' 


35. 


G rippers — 


79. 


Spring, 


87. 


Automatic-release, 


126. 


Stub, 


130. 


Coal-car, 


24. 


Tramway — 


88. 


Friction, 


170. 


Horse-treads, 


89. 


Friction-belt, 


171. 


Point-throwers, 


132. 


Overstepping, 


172. 


Track-cams. 


90. 


Roller, 




Switches and signals — 


91. 


Sprocket-wheel, 




Electric — 


92. 


Whelp-wheel. 


200. 


Return-indication, 


7. 


Hose- bridges — 


202. 


Trolley-actuated 


167. 


Overhead, 




switches, 


168. 


Under-rail. 


203. 


Trolley-contacts, 


8. 


Inclined plane — 


204. 


Staff svstems. 


113. 


Traction. 




Track— ' 


39. 


Interlocking — 


178. 


Highway, 


105. 


Rods, 


14. 


Miscellaneous, 


101. 


Selectors, 


45. 


Portable — 


106. 


Stands — 


112. 


Crossovers. 


120. 


Catch, 




Track-cleaners — 


121. 


Plunger. 


65. 


Blade and broom, 


133. 


Logging. 


36. 


Centrifugal, 




Moving train — 


37. 


Dumpers, 


205. 


Passenger-transfer. 


38. 


Elevators, 


111. 


Pleasure-railways. 


56. 


Explosive, 


179. 


Pneumatic — 


100. 


Flangers — 


177. 


Motor-charging. 


176. 


Rotary, 


21. 


Signals — 


102. 


Vibrating, 


42. 


Automatic alarm, 


103. 


Hot plows, 


67. 


Bar, 


153. 


Oilers and washers, 




Detonating — 


51. 


Plows, 


157. 


Automatic, 


58. 


Removing weeds, 


158. 


Car-placers, 


66. 


Snow-guards, 


201. 


Electric, 


57. 


Stock-alarms. 


159. 


Hand-placers, 


110. 


Track-curves. 


160. 


Torpedoes, 


16. 


Track-layers — 


182. 


Electric — 


173. 


Tampers. 


183. 


Block, 


17. 


Track-platforms. 


184 


Block-crossing, 


18. 


Traction — 


185. 


Block systems, 


80. 


Cable-shields, 


186. 


Cab- 


81. 


Crossing conduits, 


187. 


Sectional rail — 


82. 


Crossing streams, 


188. 


Relav, 


83. 


Curves, 


189. 


Car, 


207. 


Draft-cable. 


190. 


Lock, 


53. 


Running and carrying 


191. 


Sectional rail — 




rope, 


192. 


Cab and block, 


84. 


Slot-closers, 


193. 


Crossing, 


85t 


Slot-switches, 


194. 


Electrom anual lock, 


86. 


Take-ups, 


195. 


Lock, 


47. 


Underground. 


196. 


Track instruments, 


48. 


Transfer-tables. 


197. 


Trollev, 


64. 


Truck-changers. 


68. 


Light, 


19. 


Turn-tables. 


27. 


Pneumatic- 


62. 


Yards and plants — 


104. 


Automatic, 


208. 


Smoke-jacks. 


69. 


Portable, 







(74) 



DIVISION XXXV. 



EXAMINER NIXON. 



GLASSES.— 24, Buckles, Buttons, Clasps, Etc.; 40, Oard, Picture, and Sign Exhibiting; 241, Garment-Supporters; 

116, Signals; 132, Toilet. 



CLASS 24. BUCKLES, BUTTONS, CLASPS, ETC. (XXXV.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 14, p. 14.) 



•) 


Album-fastenings. 


3! 


Article-holders— 


4. 


C ha 1 1 aine safe t >-- 




hooks, 


5. 


Flower— 


0. 


Pin-attached, 


7. 


Napkin — 
Hook. 


8. 


9. 


Neck-inclosing. 


10. 


Pencil— 


11. 


Clasp-attached, 


12. 


Pin-attached, 


13. 


Pin-attached, 


14. 


Reel, 


15. 


Sleeve. 


30.5. 


Bag-fasteners. 


16. 


Bale and package ties — 


20. 


Metal bands — 


21. 


Separate connec- 




tions — 


22. 


One-piece — 


ii! 


Sheet-metal, 


24. 


Pivoted parts. 


25. 


Wedging parts, 


26. 


Wire, 


17. 


Packet-holders— 


18. 


Cord, 


19. 


Strap-tighteners, 


27. 


Wire — 


28. 


Separate connec- 




tions- 


29. 


Wire, 


30. 


Wooden bands. 


31. 


Belt-fasteners — 


33. 


Hinged, 


34. 


Lacing, 


35. 


One-piece — 


36. 


Deflecting-prong, 


37. 


Screw-clamp, 


38. 


Splices, 


32. 


Tighteners, 


39. 


Wire. 


103. 


Buckles- 




Combined pressure-bar 




and guard — 


185. 


Hook-attached, 


184. 


Garment-shielded, 


164. 


Harness — 


168. 


Clamping — 


169. 


One-piece, 


170. 


Pivoted part or 




lever, 


171. 


Sliding part or 




wedge, 


165. 


Combined buckles 




and snap-hooks, 


172. 


Cross-bails — 


173. 


Pivoted stud-plate, 


174. 


Rigid-stud, 


166. 


Lock — 


167. 


Key, 


183. 


Loop-shields, 




Penetrating-tongue — 


175. 


Guarded, 


177. 


Multiple, 


176. 


One-piece, 


178. 


Pivoted — 


179. 


Lever-actuated,' 


180. 


Stud, 


181. 


Sliding part or 




wedge, 


182. 


Strap -loops and at- 




taching devices, 


197. 


Looped-strap, 


198. 


One-piece — 


199. 


Hook-attached, 


200. 


Looped-strap, 




Penetrating-prong — 


186. 


One-piece — 


187. 


Hook-attached, 


188. 


Pivoted— 


189. 


Hook-attached, 


190. 


Slide, 


191. 


Pivoted-lever — 


192. 


Hook-attached , 


193. 


Looped-strap, 



Subclasses. 



194. 
195. 
196. 

40. 

90. 

91. 

92. 

113. 
94. 

95. 

96. 

97. 

98. 

99. 
100. 
101. 
102. 

93. 
114. 
103. 
104. 
105. 
106. 
107. 
108. 
109. 
110. 

111. 

100.5. 

112. 

243. 

244. 

245. 

246 

247. 

248. 
249. 
250. 
251. 
252. 
253. 
254. 
262. 
255. 
256. 
257. 
258. 
259. 
260. 
261. 
263. 
264. 
137. 
138. 
139. 
115. 
116. 
123. 

124. 
125. 
126. 
127. 
128. 
117. 
118. 
119. 
120. 
121. 
122. 
129. 
130. 
131. 
132. 
134. 
133. 
135. 
136. 

41. 

42. 

43. 



Buckles — 
Sliding part or wedge — 

Hook-attached, 

Looped-strap. 
Buttoners. 

Buttons and fasteners — 
Adjustable, 
Cloth shanks and 

covers, 
Covers, 

Deflecting prong or 
rivet — 

Anvil or plate, 

Integral, 
Hinged-leaf— 

Axially-rotating, 

Double, 

Sliding, 
Integral or rigid stud, 
Link, 

Multiple attachment, 
Pads, 

Pin-attached, 
Separable — 

Screw, 

Spring— 
Resilient-head, 
Resilient-socket, 
Rotating-head, 
With operating de- 
vices, 
Separate thread-bar, 
Sliding-bar, 
Spiral fastener. 
Clasps — 
Ball or roll, 
Button and loop — 

Pivoted or resilient 
arms, 

Slide, 
Pivoted— 

Broom or handle, 

Separate lock-lever, 

Sliding-lock, 

Spring — 
Axial-coil, 
Broom or handle, 
Protected jaws, 
Resilient — 

Circular- 
Broom or handle, 

Separate lock-lover, 

Sheet-metal, 

Sliding-lock, 

Wire, 
Sliding-jaw, 
Wedge-slot. 
Clothes-pins — 
Kerf, 
Wire. 
Cord and rope holders — 
Chain, 

Couplings and sock- 
ets — 

Nut-clamp, 

Screw-clamp, 

Sliding part or wedge, 
Friction-disk, 
Knot-engagi ng, 
Lacing-terminals — 

Friction-disk, 

Knot-inclosing, 

Pivoted-jaw, 

Resilient-clip, 

Wire, 
One-piece— 

Wedge-slot, 

Wire. 
Pivoted-part — 

Cam-lever, 

Lever-tension, 
Screw-clamp, 
Sliding part or wedge. 
Cuff-holders — 
Adjustable, 
Clasp-button, 



Class 24.— Continued. 



44. 
45. 
46. 
47. 
48. 
266. 
73. 
74. 
75. 
76. 
77. 
78. 
79. 
80. 
81. 
82. 
83. 
84. 
85. 
86. 
87. 
88. 
89. 

140. 
141. 
142. 
143. 
144. 
145. 
146. 
147. 
148. 
149. 
1. 

49. 

50. 

53. 

54. 

55. 

51. 

52. 

56. 

57. 

58. 

60. 

59. 

61. 

62. 

63. 

64. 

65. 

66. 

67. 
150. 
151. 
156. 
157. 
158. 
159. 
155. 



Cuff-holders — 
Clasp-clasp, 
Clasp-hook, 
Clasp-pin, 
Pin-button, 
Pin-fastener. 
Draw-strings. 
Fasteners combined— 
B uckle-buckle — 

Separably-connected, 
Buckle-pin, 
Buckle separable— 

Pivoted-lever buckle, 
Clasp-buckle, 
Clasp-button, 
Clasp-clasp— 
Pin-attached, 
Separably-connected, 
Clasp-hook, 
Clasp-pin, 
Pin-hook, 
Pin-pin — 
Separably-connected. 
Interchangeable button- 
loop and pin. 
Lacing devices — 
Eyelets— 

Plastic-head, 
Laces and tips, 
Studs— 
Closed-loop, 
Hook, 

Moving-part, 
Plastic-head, 
Roller. 
Miscellaneous. 
Necktie-fasteners — 
Bands- 
Depressors — 
Button-engaging, 
Pin or spur, 
End-securing pin, 
Gripping, 
Button-engaging— 
Adjustable, 
Cord-loop, 
Pin-attached, 
Pivoted or sliding jaw, 
C ollar- button com- 
bined — 
Clasp-attached, 
Pin-attached, 
Separable fastener, 
Tie-attached hook. 
Paper-clips. 
Paper-fasteners. 
Pin-fasteners — 
Armpit-shields, 
Guards — 
Pivoted, 
Sliding, 
Wire, 
Loss-preventing devices, 



153. 
154. 
160. 
161. 
162. 
152. 
267. 
268. 
201. 
2112. 

208. 
210. 
209. 
212. 
211. 

213. 

214. 
215. 
216. 

217. 
218. 
219. 
220. 
221. 
222. 
223. 

224. 

225. 
226. 
227. 
22S. 
229. 
230. 
203. 
204. 
205. 
207. 
20& 
231 . 
241. 
242. 
232. 
233. 
234. 
235. 
236. 
237. 
238. 
239. 
210. 
265. 



72. 



Pin-fastners— 
Paper- 
Suspending devices, 
Pivoted, 
Resilient, 
Sliding, 
Upholstering. 
Pivoted edge stays. 
Resilient connections. 
Separable fasteners — 
Buttonhole-protectors, 
Head-and-socket— 
Axial closures — 
Hinged cap-plate, 
Link-button, 
Pivoted-head, 
Pivoted or sliding, 

lock, 
Resilient-head — 
Rigid-socket, 
Wire; 
Resilient-socket — 
Rigid-head, 
Wire, 
Rigid-head, 
Rigid-socket, 
Rotating-head, 
Lateral closures — 
Auxiliary locking de- 
vices, 
Resilient, 
Hook-and-eye — 
Sheet-metal — 

Metallic attachment, 
Wire- 
Metallic attachment, 
Lateral-sliding, 
Multiple — 

I ntegrally-connected , 
Multiple-operated, 
Runway-engaging, 
Step-adjusting. 
Snap-hooks — 
Locking devices — 

Tension-operated, 
Pivoted — 
Spring — 
Coil- 
Axial, 
Resilient — 

One-piece, 
Sliding— 
Spring, 
Watch-chain-attaching. 
S t r a p-end-attaching de- 
vices. 
Strap-tighteners — 
Cam-lever and loop — 

Step-adjusted, 
Strap-attached folding- 
lever. 
Trouser guards and 
straps. 



(75) 



DIVISION XXXV.— Continued. 



Class 40.— CARD, PICTURE 


AND SIGN EXHIBITING. 




Class 241.— GARMENT-SUPPORTERS, (xxxv.) 




(XXXV.) 




Subclasses. 




(For definitions see Supplement No. 4, p. 2983.) 


1. 


Hose — 




Waist-line body-garment — 








2. 


Belt-attached, 




Shoulder-suspension — 




Subclasses. 


3. 


One-point suspension, 


18. 


Cast-offs, 


107. 

122. 


Calendars — 
Card-pockets, 


Changeable exhibitors — 
78. Shifters— 


4. 
5. 


Shoulder-suspension. 
Limb-encircling — 


19. 

20. 


Connections — 
Lacing, 


109. 

no. 


Charactered slide, 
Character-markers , 


79. Reciprocating, 

80. Revolving, 


6. 
7. 


Garment-attached. 
Waist-line body-garment — 


21. 
22. 


Resilient, 
Self-adjusting — 


117. 
118. 


Double reel and web, 
Endless, 


81. ■ Revolving pack-case, 

82. Single reel and web— 

83. Reel-cabinets — 


8. 
9. 


Belts, 
Belt-attached, 


23. 
24. 


Cord or strap, 
Pivoted, 


119. 


Hinged leaves, 


10. 


Belt-inserted section, 


25. 


Garment attachments, 


108. 


Pencil attachments, 


84. Revolving, 


11. 


Belt-slide, 


26. 


Step-adjusting, 


123. 
111. 


Printing arrangement, 
Rotatable — 


85. Spring-rewind, 

65. Sliding plates — 

66. Bolt-operated, 
105. Train-order holders. 


12. 
13. 


Shoulder-suspension — 
Belt-converting, 


27. 
28. 


Tabs— 
Drawers-supports, 


112. 
113. 


Clutch take-up, 
Disk, 


14. 
15. 


Binding-clips — 
Button-loop, 


29. 
30. 


Two-point suspension, 
Waist-formers — 


114. 
115. 


Single-axis — 
Disk, 


2. Checks, labels, and tags — 

3. Animal-markers, 


16. 
17. 


Connection, 
Braces combined, 


31. 


Buckles. 


116. 


Single reel and web, 


4. Bottle, 










120. 


Stands, 


5. Changeable-reading — 










121. 


Tear-off tablets. 


6. Baggage-checks, 










124. 


Card-racks. 


7. Display-box labels, 










28. 


Changeable exhibitors — 


8. Door-knob and drawer- 










29. 


Aerostatic, 


pull, 










41. 


Axle-operated — 


20. Fasteners — 










42. 


Double reel and web, 


21. Band, 










43. 


Endless, 


22. Barbed, 










44. 


Rotatable, 


23. Clasp, 










106. 


Couplings, 


24. Pin-loop, 










60. 


Door-operated, 


26. Spring-hook, 










86. 


Double reel and web — 


25. Spur, 










87. 


Clutch take-up— 


9. Hat, 










88. 


Reversible-clutch, 


10. Holders— 










95. 


Intergeared reels, 


11. Clip, 










93. 
94. 


Reversing-gears — 
Clutch take-up, 


12. Cornice, 

13. Hinged-clamp, 




Class 116.— SIGNALS, (xxxv.) 


89. 
91. 


Spring-rewind — 
Clutch let-off— 


14. Hinged-clamp and 
spur, 




Subclasses. 


92. 


Obstacle-trip, 


15. Lock, 


1. 


Alarms — 




Bell-hanging — 


90. 


Clutch take-up, 


16. Slide, 


53. 


Bicycle, 


40. 


Ringing. 


52. 


Electrically-controlled — 


17. Slide and detent — 




Burglar — 


12. 


Flagstaff-holders. 


53. 


Electrom otor-oper- 


18. Limited-movement, 


41. 


Combined, 


31. 


Indicators — 




ated, 


19. Tubular, 


42. 


Detonating, 


45. 


Barbers' turns, 


54. 


Magneto-clutch let- 
off, 


' 27. Reinforced. 


44. 


Ringing, 


60. 


Medicine-dose, 




1. Exhibitors. 


11. 


Fire, 


47. 


Office, 


55. 


Magneto - clutch take- 


152. Picture-frames — 


15. 


Leak, 


48. 


Peg, 




up, 


156. Card or picture retain- 


58. 


Poison-indicators, 


49. 


Rotary, 


56. 


O b s t a c 1 e-controlled 


ers, 


23. 


Shoal, 


50. 


Sliding, 




circuit-closers — 


153. Cord or wire, 


59. 


Steam- whistles . 


52. 


Station. 


57. 


Electromotor-o p e r - 


157. Cover-retainers, 


32. 


Annunciators. 




Locks — 




ated, 


154. Embossed, molded, 


33. 


Bells- 


61. 


Alarm — 


58. 


Magneto - clutch let- 


rolled, or stamped, 


55. 


Bicycle — 


62. 


Detonating. 




off, 


155. Extensible, folding, or 


56. 


Wheel-actuated, 


22. 


Semaphores. 


59. 


Magneto-clutch 


knockdown, 


34. 


Call, 




Signals — 




take-up, 


158. Mats, mounts, and 


35. 


Door, 


9. 


Car, 


96. 


Endless — 


backs — 


37. 


Sleigh. 


13. 


Fog, 


99. 


Clutch take-up, 


159. Pocketed, 


38. 


Bell-hanging — 


18. 


Nautical. 


97. 


Hinged leaves, 


160. Relief-picture. 


39. 


Pulls, 


19. 


Pneumatic. 


98. 


Radial leaves, 


145.1. Picture-hangers — 










37. 


Fluid-operated— 


145.2. Adjustable— 










38. 


Double reel and web, 


145.3. Cord— 










39. 


Rotatable — 


145.4. Pawl and ratchet, 










40. 


Illuminated, 


145.6. Slide and clamp, 










100. 


Folding web and reel — 


145.5. Steps, 










101. 


Clutch take-up, 


145.9. Molding-hooks, 










102. 


Hinged leaves — 


145.7. Plaque-retainers, 










103. 


Leaf-releasers, 


145.8. Retaining-cord. 










104. 


Leaf-turners, 


146. Picture stands and sup- 










61. 


Inscription-covers — 


ports— 










62. 


Sliding, 


148. Frames, 










63. 


Interchangeable 
plates — 


147. Illuminators, 
149. Single-blank— 










64. 


Sliding, 


150. Braces, 










30. 


Motor-operated — 


151. Wire. 










31. 


Double reel and web. 


125. Signs— 










32. 


Endless, 


127. Aerostatic, 




Class 132.— TOILI 


33. 


Rotatable — 


126. Dummies, 










34. 


Disk, 


136. Embossed, molded, 




Subcl 


%sse 


s. 


35. 


Hinged leaves, 


rolled, or stamped, 


30. 


Boot-holders, horns, and 


23. 


Hair structures — 


36. 


Shifters, 


128. Hanging, 




jacks. 
Combs — 


24. 


Making. 
H at-f asteners . 


45. 


Obstacle-operated — 


130. Illuminated— 


3. 


25. 


46. 


Double reel and web — 


131. Lamp attachments, 


17. 


Cleaners, 


8. 


Mustache-guards. 


47. 


Clutch take-up, 


132. Lamp-boxes — 


16. 


Personal wear. 


27. 


Pin-holders. 


48. 
49. 


Endless, 
Rotatable, 


133. Perforated-face, 

134. Luminous-paint, 


18. 
19. 


Hair-crimpers. 
Hair-curlers — 


28. 
29. 


Powder-puffs. 
Razor-cleaners . 


50. 
51. 


Shifters, 
Pendul um-operated , 


140. Interchangeable let- 
ters — 


20. 
21. 


Rotary, 
Self-heating. 


19. 
11. 


Shaving-cups. 
Toilet-cases. 


67. 
68. 


Pivoted plates, 
Rotatable — 


142. Fasteners — 
113. Prong, 


22. 


Hair-fasteners. 


12. 


Toothpicks. 


69. 


Clutch take-up, 


144. String, 










70. 


Disk- 


141. Glass, 










71. 


Clutch take-up, 


135. Multiple-layer, 










72. 


Hinged leaves — 


129. Portable, 










73. 


Clutch take-up, 


145. Post attachments, 










77. 


Illuminated, 


137. Variable-reading, 










76. 


M u 1 1 i p 1 e-drum con- 
trollers, 


138. Vibratory— 

139. Motor-operated. 










74. 


R a d i a 1 1 y - m o v able 
leaves — 












75. 


Clutch take-up, 













(76) 



DIVISION XXXVI. 



EXAMINER MORTON. 



GLASSES.— 156, Curtains, Shades, and Screens ; 33, Drafting; 34, Driers; 159, Engraving; 73, Measuring Instru- 
ments, 170, Wind-Wheels. 



Class 156. CURTAINS, SHADES, AND SCREENS, (xxxvi.) 


Class 73.— 


Continued. 


Subclasses. 


Compasses — 


62. 


Measuring vessels- 


15. \wnings — SrmriA— 


127. Deviation-correction, 


165. 


Capacity adjustable, 


43. Frames. 


25. Fastenings. 


128. Deviation-indicators, 


166. 


Depth-indicating. 


i.i. Rigid, intermovable sec- 


26. (5 Hides. 


129. Liquid. 


167. 


Meters — 


i Ions, 


27. Hangers, vertically-ad- 


73. Conformators. 


1. 


Air and gas. 


II. Roll and reel, 


justable, 


13. Dividing-engines. 


12. 


Diaphragm, 


45. Roller-gearing. 
41. Carriage-curtains. 


28. Raisers, 


130. Dry measurers — 


98. 


Disk, 


29. Rollers— 


131. Bulk-controlled, 


28. 


Oscillating, 


32. Curtain-cord tighteners. 
40. Curtain-tassels. 


30. Dropping, 

34. Friction-brake, 


Closures — 
132. Independent, 


30. 

68. 


Piston, 
Proportional, 


Curtain— 
33. Holders. 


35. Ratchet-and-pawl, 

36. Spring, 
31. Sticks. 


133. Interacting, 

134. Transfer-measure — 


37. 
45. 


Rotary, 
Spirit. 


19. Poles, 


135. Pivoted— 


80. 


Pitch-boards. 


20. Poles and rings. 


17. Venetian blinds. 


136. Vertical axis, 


81. 


Planimeters. 


23. Pole-support s , 


13. Window-cornices. 


137. Weight-controlled. 


72. 


Plumb-bobs. 


21. Rings and pins. 


14. Window-screens — 


15. Dynamometers. 


71. 


Plumb-levels. 


40. Theater. 


37. Exits, 


16. Gages — 


31. 


Pressure-gages — 


16. Flexible blinds. 


38. Extensible, 


138. Assorting, 


109. 


Bourdon, 


23. Shade and attain hangers. 


39. Rolling. 


139. Collocating— 


110. 


Diaphragm, 


Shade — 


10. Window-shades. 


140. Clapboards, 


111. 


Piston. 


24. Brackets, 




141. Tool and work, 




Scales — 






142. Wheel and axle, 


39. 


Beams, 




143. Conforming, 


8. 


Cart, 


Class 33.— DRAFTING, (xxxvi.) 


107. Depth, 


23. 


Hydrostatic, 


Subclasses. 


144. Dimension, 

145. Marking — 


41. 
29. 


Pans, 
Pendulum, 


13. Beam-compasses. 


17. Drawing-pens. 


146. Edge-guided, 


121. 


Platform, 


1. Calipers and dividers — 


5. Ellipsographs. 


77. Micrometer, 


104. 


Price, 


21. Joints, 


6. Pantographs. 


147. Size, 


38. 


Sack, 


22. Legs and points, 


16. Perspectographs. 


66. Surface, 


46. 


Spring. 
Ships' logs. 
Spacing instruments. 


23. Point-parallelizing, 

24. Proportional, 


8. Plotters. 
12. Protractors. 


148. Templet, 
67. Track, 


122. 
113. 


25. Setters— 
20. Screws — 


18. Rulers— 

19. Parallel, 


149. Truing, 
54. ' Water— 


42. 


Specific-gravity appara- 
tus. 


27. Tangent, 


20. Slate and blackboard. 


82. Float. 


44. 


Sphygmoscopes. 


28. Vertical. 


9. Scribers. 


20. Grain-tallies. 


112. 


Spirometers. 


2. Curve-scribers. 


10. Stair-curves. 


22. Hydrometers. 


47. 


Squares — 


15. Drawing-boards. 


14. t -squares. 


24. Hygroscopes. 


115. 


Center, 




Instruments — 


116. 


Folding. 


Class 34.— DRIERS, (xxxvi.) 


150. Compound — 


103. 


Steelyards. 




185. Primarily calipers or 


117. 


Telemetry. 


Subclasses. 


dividers, 


50. 


Testing illuminating fluids 


1. Absorbent. 


25. Push-bar. 


186. Primarily gages, 


51. 


Testing-machines. 


2. Baffles and screens. 


26. Racks and stands. 


187. Squares and bevels, 


52. 


Thermometers — 


3. Condensers. 


Reels — 


188. Squares and levels, 


118. 


Metallic, 


Cylinder — 


27. Skein, 


151. Miscellaneous, 


119. 


Oven, 


4. External, 


28. Tray-carrier, 


152. Pivots and bearings. 


32. 


Pyrometers, 


Internal — 


29. Winding. 


79. Lacometers. 


85. 


Telethermometers. 


5. Rotary horizontal, 


30. Retort. 


63. Leather-measuring. 


21. 


Tollers. 


0. Rotary inclined, 


31. Rolls. 


Levels — 


120. 


Ullage-rods. 


7. Stationary horizontal, 


32. Rotary disk. 


70. Spirit— 


55. 


Weather-vanes. 


8. Stationary inclined, 


Shafts— 


124. Clinometer. 




Weighers — 


9. Vertical. 


33. Inclined, 


153. Liquid-measurers — 




Alternating-feed — 


10. Disk and hopper. 


34. Vertical, 


154. Pumps — 


168. 


Divided-bucket, 


11. Elevator. 


35. Zigzag. 


155. Rotary, 


169. 


Separate buckets, 


12. Endless carrier. 


36. Shaft and cylinder. 


Regulable — 


170. 


Compound, 


13. Endless scraper. 


37. Shaft and shelf. 


Transferrers — 


171. 


Di scharge-poised — 


Floors — 


38. Shaking. 


156. Independent, 


172. 


Power, 


14. Fixed, 


39. Shelf and tray. 


157. Interacting, 




Drip-poised — 


15. Tilting-section. 


40. Sliding rack. 


158. Union transferrer, 


173. 


Force-feed, 


10. Forms and platens. 


41. Solar. 


Transferrers — 


174. 


Multiple valves, 


17. Frames and trays. 


42. Spiral. 


159. Commounted 


175. 


Single-valve, 


18. Heaters. 


43. Stirrers. 


160. Independent — 


176. 


Electrically-controlled, 


19. Houses and kilns. 


44. Trough and beater. 


161. Pumps, 


177. 


Miscellaneous, 


20. Lath and chain. 


45. Trough and screw. 


162. Interacting, 


178. 


Oscillating-bucket, 


21. Pans. 


Truck and rail— 


163. Transferring measure. 


179. 


Positively-actuated 


22. Pan and boiler. 


46. Horizontal, 


164. Union transferrer. 


180. 


Regulating and charge 


23. Pan and scraper. 


47. Inclined. 


Measures — 




handling, 


24. Processes. 


48. Web. 


36. Rotary, 


181. 


Removable-receptacle, 




40. Scale, 


182. 


Rotary-bucket, 


Class 159.— ENGRAVING, (xxxvi.) 


64. Shoemakers', 


183. 


Successive-operation. 




123. Speed, 


56. 


Weights. 


Subclasses. 


48. Tailors', 






1. Engraving and tools. 


Engraving-machines — 


49. Tape. 






2. Engraving-machines— 


7. Pantographic, 








3. Duplicating — 


8. Profiling, 








4. Automatic, 


9. Rosette 








5. Jointed arms, 


10. Routing. 








0. Electromagnetic tool con- 
trol, 










Class 73.— MEASURING INSTRUMENTS, (xxxvi.) 








Subclasses. 


Class 170.— WIND-1 


WHEELS, (xxxvi.) 


2. Anemometers. 


Calipers — 








3. Balances — 


105. Dial, 


Subcl 


asses 




101. Electrical attachments, 


106. Stem. 


Automatic regulators — 


Wind-wheels— " 


99. Equal arms, 


184. Calorimeters. 


8. Bucket, 


1. 


Horizontal, 


102. Pick-up weights, 


9. Clot h-m e a s u r i n g ma- 


9. Float, 


7. 


Oscillating, 


100. Recording. 


chines. 


10. Float and ratchet, 


2. 


Vertical feathering- 


4. Barometers. 


11. Coin-testers. 


11. Piston, 




blades, 


5. Bathometers. 


125. Compasses — 


12. Tilting-tank. 


3. 


Vertical solid-wheel. 


6. Bevels. 


126. Azimuth attachments, 


5. Gearing. 







(77) 



DIVISION XXXVII. 



EXAMINEE, A. F. KINNAN. 



CLASSES. — 173, Electricity: Conductors; 175, Electricity: General Applications ; 176, Electric Lighting. 



Class 173.— ELECTRICITY. 


CONDUCTORS, (xxxvn.) 




Subclasses 




13. 


Conductors — 




Connectors — 


81. 


Anti-inductive, 




Socket-and-plug — 


264. 


Insulated — 


275. 


Multiple-contact. 


265. 


Air, 


276. 


Single-contac, 


266. 


Armored — 


263. 


Wire-splices — 


267. 


Spiral strip, 


303. 


Beveled clamp, 




Joints — 




Sleeved — 


268. 


Insulated. 


304. 


Bent or upset end, 




Connectors — 


305. 


Crimped or twisted. 


259. 


Binding-posts, 


28. 


Insulators — 


269. 


Cord- terminals, 


311. 


Bushings, • 


270. 


Couplers — 


312. 


Cleats, 


271. 


Air-pipe contacts, 


313. 


Conductor-holders— 


272. 


Water-pipe contacts, 


314. 


Divided insulator, 


273. 


Line-tappers, 


315. 


Hooks, 




Plugs — 


316. 


Non-alining slots, 


274. 


Multiple-contact, 


317. 


Twisted-slot, 


310. 


Single-contact, 


318. 


High-potential, 


262. 


Rail-bonds — 


319. 


Insulated nails, 




Surface-connected — 


320. 


Insulating fabrics, 


277. 


Bolt or clamp, 


321. 


Supports. 


278. 


Soldered, 


31. 


Lightning-rods. 


279. 


Spring-pressed, 


244. 


Machines for covering. 


280. 


Socket-connected— 


251. 


Supports and hangers. 


281. 


Riveted, 






282. 


Rivet and wedge, 






283. 


Wedge, 







Class 176.— ELECTRIC LIGHTING, (xxxvn.) 
Subclasses. 



Class 175.— ELECTRICITY. 


3ENI 




(xxxvn.) 




Subclasses. 


265. 


Applications, special. 






Circuit-breakers — 


300. 




Automatic — 


301. 




Electromagnetic — 


302. 


267. 


Non-closable, 


303. 


268. 


Overload, 


304. 


269. 


Overload and under- 


305. 




load, 


306. 


270. 


Retarded, 




271. 


Reverse-current, 




272. 


Underload. 


279. 




Cut-outs — 


280. 


273. 


Thermal — 




274. 


Branch, 


281. 


275. 


Heater. 


308. 


276. 


Lamp, 


309. 


277. 


Plug, 


282. 


278. 


Successive. 


283. 


181. 


Demagnetizing. 




264. 


Discharging static 


284. 




charges. 


285. 


21. 


Electromagnets. 






Igniting devices- 


286. 


115. 


Automatic, 




296. 


Cigar, 


287. 


117. 


Inductional, 


288. 


116. 


Manual, 


289. 


91. 


Portable. 


290. 


30. 


Lightning-arresters — 


291. 


214. 


Magnetic, 


292. 


215. 


Thermal. 


293. 


182. 


Ore-detectors. 






Switchboards — 


294. 


298. 


Miscellaneous, 


183. 



GENERAL APPLICATIONS. 



Switchboards — 
Details, 

Movable-contact — 
Pivoted-arm, 
Plunger, 
Plates, 

Plates and strips, 
Strips. 
Switches — 
Automatic — 
Electromagnetic, 
Suspended - wire - con- 
trolled, 
Electromagnetic, 
Fluid-pressure, 
Float-operated, 
Mechanical — 
Longitudinally - recip- 
rocating — 
Snap, 
Loop, 

Oscillating snap — 
Auxiliary snap - con- 
tact, 
Double snap, 
Single snap, 
Rotary — 
Rotary snap, 
Push-button, 
Thermal cut-out, 
Two-button snap. 
Systems — 

Safety, 
Testing. 



323. 
324. 
326. 
325. 
327. 
328 
331. 
330. 
329. 
332. 



110. 

104. 
105. 
216. 
106. 
217. 
218. 
111. 
107. 
108. 
219. 



Incandescing composi- 




Lights — 


tions — 




Arc — 


Electrodes — 




Positive-feed — 


Carbon, 


109. 


Gear-clutch, 


Manipulators, 


220. 


Step gear-clutch, 


Structures, 


112. 


Special features, 


Filaments and glowers — 


18. 


Incandescent — 


Carbon, 


317. 


Second - class conduc- 


Connections, 




tors, 


Manipulators, 


113. 


Special features — 


Structures, 


336. 


Portable battery- 


Mantles. 




lamps. 


Lights — 


335. 


Speculum, 


Arc — 


98. 


Sockets and keys, 


Arc and incandes- 


196. 


Stopper, 


cent, 


318. 


Vapo r-conductors — 


Gravity-feed — 


322. 


Mercury, 


Clutch, 


19. 


Systems — 


Double-dog clutch, 


166. 


Automatic-regulation, 


Gear-clutch, 


129. 


Car, 


Pivot-dog clutch, 


197. 


Display, 


Ring-clutch, 


167. 


Hand-regulation, 


Non-feeding, 


130. 


Secondary-battery. 


Positive-feed — 


319. 


X-ray apparatus — 


Clutch, 


320. 


Tubes. 


Electric gear-clutch, 







(78) 



DIVISION XXXVIII. 



EXAMINER TUCKER. 



CLASSES.— 166, Artesian and Oil Wells; 215, Bottles and Jars; 119, dare of Live Stock; 35, Educational Ap- 
pliances; 43, Fishing and Trapping; 120, Stationery; 125, Stone-Working. 





ii LSS 166. VKTKSIAN AND OIL WELLS, (xxxvm.) 




Class 119.— CARE OF LIVE 


STOCK, (xxxvm.) 




Subclasses. 




Subclasses. 


1. 


Casing-heads. 


Earth-tiuger — 




Animal-stocks — 


52. 


Nose-bags. 


o 


Cleaning. 


13. With carriers. 


14. 


Hog-traps, 


61. 


Nose-rings. 


s! 


Drilling and boring. 


6. Reamers. 


15. 


Horse and cattle, 


12. 


Pokes. 


4. 


Drill-jars. 


10. Sucker-rods. 


10. 


Sheep. 


5. 


Poultry culture — 


5. 


Drill-rod grabs. 


7. Tube-clamps. 


40. 


Bird cages and houses. 


68. 


Brooders, 


11. 


Earth-auger — 


S. Tubing and packing. 


17. 


Catching and holding tools. 


70. 


Nest-eggs, 


L2. 


Bits, 


9. Walking-beams. 


55. 


Collars. 


69. 


Nests. 






48. 


Currycombs- 


62. 


Ringers and markers. 
Shields. 






65. 


Cleaning attachments. 


63. 






47. 


Gags and muzzles — 


9. 


Stanchions. 






66. 


Weaners, nostril-at- 




Steading and feeding — 








tached, 


20. 


Calf-feeding, 






67. 


Weaning-bits. 


21. 


Combined troughs and 






18. 


Gangways. 




racks, 






3. 


Grooming. 
Hitching devices — 


71. 


Drinking fountains and 
troughs, 






56. 


Posts and post attach- 


22. 


Feed-racks, 








ments, 


23. 


Feed-troughs — 






57. 


Rotary-arm, 


64. 


Automatic, 






58. 


Spring-reel, 


24. 


Releasing devices, 






59. 


Ties, 


25. 


Stall-floors, 






60. 


Travelers. 


26. 


Stalls, sheds, and pens. 






51. 


Hopples. 


53. 


Stock-cars. 






4. 


Incubators. 


27. 


Stock-sorters. 








54. 


Manure-pouches. 







Class 215.— BOTTLES 


AND 


Subclasses 


Bottle attachments — 




Clip, 




Nursing-bottle holders. 


59. 


Bottle-cases. 


60. 


Bottle-stoppers — 




Cap- 


61. 


Crimped, 


62. 


Elastic, 


63. 


Frangible, 


64. 


Screw, 


65. 


Disk, 


66. 


Dose — 


67. 


Droppers, 


68. 


Ejectors, 


103. 


Expanding — 


114. 


Cam, 


115. 


Screw, 


69. 


Fasteners — 


70. 


Bail- 


71. 


Locking, 


72. 


Cap- 


112. 


Tie, 


113. 


Expanding, 


73. 


Spring — 


77. 


Clip, 


78. 


Wire, 


105. 


Internal- 




Ball, 


106. 


Extension — 


107. 


Wire, 


108. 


Plug, 




Locks, 


109. 


Pivoted — 


110. 


Locking — 


111. 


Bail, 


79. 


Cam — 


117. 


Plug, 


80. 


Rotary, 


81. 


Lever — 


82. 


Lever and yoke, 


83. 


Plug- 


84. 


Slotted, 


85. 


Top- 


86. 


Slotted, 


87. 


Wire, 


88. 


Screw, 


89. 


Spring — 


90. 


Catch, 


91. 


Plug- 


92. 


Composite, 


93. 


Screw, 


94. 


Pullers, 


95. 


Tube- 


96. 


Valve— 


97. 


Ball, 


98. 


Rotary, 


99. 


Screw, 


104. 


Spring, 





(xxxvm.) 



Bottle-stoppers — 
Tube- 
Vent. 
Bottle-valves — 
Controllers — 
Spring, 
Weight- 
Pendent, 
Float, 
Guards — 
Caps, 
Fasteners, 
Multiple, 
Necks, separable, 
Siphon-head — 

Spring-controlled, 
Valves and seats. 
Bottles — 
Compartment, 
Indicating — 
Internal, 
Poison, 
Jugs, 
Necks — 
Breakable — 
Bottom-fillers, 
Stopper-fasteners- 
Disk, 
Ring, 
Spring, 
Stoppers- 
Expanding, 
Multiple, 
Plastic, 
Nesting, 
Nursing. 
Jar-closures — 
Cap- 
Grooved, 
Ring, 
Screw — 
Inclines, 
Ring, 
Clamp- 
Lever, 
Screw, 
Pivoted, 
Spring — 
Bow, 
Inclines, 
Packing, 
Stoppers — 
Expanding, 
Plug- 
Screw. 
Jars — 
Ejecting. 



Class 35.— EDUCATIONAL APPLIANCES, (xxxvm.) 



1. Alphabet-blocks. 

2. Arithmetic. 

3. Astronomy. 

15. Blackboards. . 
13. Cryptography. 
5. Globes. 



Subclasses. 

6. Maps. 
12. Miscellaneous. 

8. Penmanship. 

9. Reading. 
10. Slates. 
14. Slate-mufflers. 





Class 43.— FISHING AND TRAPPING, (xxxvm.) 




Subclasses. 


2. 


Decoys. 




Insect-destroyers — 




Fishing — 


1. 


Catchers, 


28. 


Bait and tackle holders, 


5. 


Fumigators, 


3. 


Fishways, 


14. 


Powder-dusters. 


4. 


Floats, 




Traps- 


6. 


Harpoons and spears, 


19. 


Cage, 


7. 


Hooks — 


20. 


Fish, 


30. 


Artificial-bait, 


21. 


Impalement, 


31. 


Spring-actuated, 


22. 


Insect — 


9. 


Nets and seines, 


32. 


Mechanical, 


20. 


Oyster and pisci culture, 


23. 


Jaw, 


11. 


Oyster-dredges, 


24. 


Self and ever set, 


12. 


Oyster rakes and tongs, 


25. 


Sporting, 


15. 


Reels — 


26. 


Victim-set, 


33. 


Spring-operated, 


27. 


Wire-choker. 


16. 


Rods. 






17. 


Sinkers. 







(79) 



DIVISION XXXVIII.— Continued. 



Class 120.— STATIONERY, (xxxvm.) 




(For definitions see Supplement No. 3, p. 2698.) 




Subclasses. 




24. Blotters— 


8. Miscellaneous. 




25. Hand-attached, 


75. Moisteners — 




26. Rotary, 


76. Roller. 




27. Supports. 


77. Muci 1 age-holders — 




1. Combination devices — 


78. Brushes, 




2. Blotters and rulers, 


79. Scrapers, 




3. Inkstands and calendars, 


80. Spreaders — 




4. Inkstands and pen- 


81. Flexible-cap. 




racks — 


82. Paper-weights. 




5. Self-opening, 


9. Pen and pencil cases — 




6. Moisteners and sealers, 


20. Automatic-catch, 




7. Pencil -sharpeners and 


13. Chalk-holders, 




erasers. 


21. Clutch— 




28. Copy-holders— 


22. Automatic, 




29. Movable copv — 


10. Compound — 




30. Roller-feed— 


11. Automatic, 




31. Positive-grip, 


12. Screw-and-slide, 




32. Step - by - step move- 


16. Magic, 




ment, 


14. Polypointed, 




33. Movable-marker — 


18. Screw, 




34. St ep-by-step move- 


15. Sharpening, 




ment, 


19. Slide, 


_ 


35. Envelop-openers. 


17. Step-by-step. 




36. Erasers— 


83. Pencils— 




37. Combination, 


84. Attachments. 


> 


39. Knife, 


Pencil-sharpeners — 




38. Pencil attachments, 


Implements — 




40. Rubber. 


85. Compound — 




41. Erasing-shields. 


86. Reciprocat ory- 




42. Fountain-pens — 


movement, 




50. Feeders — 


88. Knife-gages, 




51. Modified-mb, 


87. Point-protectors, 




52. Modified pen-section, 


89. Reciprocatory - move- 




46. Force-feed and filler — 


ment — 




47. Piston, 


90. Shaving, 




49. Retractile pen-section, 


91. Revolving-pencil, 




43. Special-use, 


92. Rotary-movement — 




44. Stylographic— 


93. Shaving, 




45. Spring-actuated s p i n- 


94. Machines — 




dle, 


96. Rotating-cutter, 




48. Valved. 


95. Rotating cutter and 




53. Hand and arm rests — 


pencil. 




56. Adjustable-height, 


97. Pen-extractors. 




55. Book-supported, 


98. Penholders — 




54. Traveling. 


100. Angular adjustment, 




57. Inkstands — 


102. Grips— 




59. Barometer, 


103. Detachable, 




58. Desk-attached, 


104. Ink-guards, 




71. Dip-gages, 


99. Multiple, 




60. Fountain — 


101. Releasing, 




61. Automatic, 


105. Ruling-guards, 




62. Compressible ink-bag, 


106. Slant devices — 




63. Flexible-diaphragm — 


107 Supporting. 




64. Automatic, 


108. Pen racks and cleaners. 




65. Gravity-feed, 


109. Pens— 




66. Movable dip-cup, 


113. Reservoir attachments — 




72. Opening and closing de- 


114. Nib-attached — 




vices, 


115. Integral, 




67. Self-closing, 


110. Ruling 




68. Self opening and closing, 


111. Shading, 




69. Supplementary-reser- 


112. Stylus. 




voir, 


23. Scholars' companions. 




73. Supports, 


116. Sealing-wax appliers. 




70. Tilting-reservoir. 






74. Letter-sheets and postal 






cards. 






Class 125.— STONE-"W 


ORKING. (xxxvm.) 




Subcl 


asses. 




2. Channeling-machines. 


12. Millstone paint-staffs. 




3. Chucks for rock-drills. 


13. Millstone-picks. 




4. Diamond-tools. 


14. Mining-machines. 




5. Dressing slate. 


15. Monuments. 




6. Dressing stone. 


18. Sawing stone. 




10. Drills. 


19. Tools. 




11. Mil 1 stone- dressing ma- 






chines. 




— 



(80) 



DIVISION XXXIX. 



EXAMINER A. W. COWLES. 



GLASSES.— 4, Baths aud Olosets; 137, Water Distribution. 



Class 4.-11.VTI1S \N1> IM.OSKTS. (xxxix.) 





Su&cJ 


ISMS. 


1. 


Basins and stands. 


34. 


Float-valves. 


24. 


Hath ami basin fittings. 


35. 


rings, covers, aud strainers. 


•_> 


Bathing apparatus- 


36. 


Sinks. 


25! 


Bidets, 


12. 


Urinals. 


26. 


Shower 


13. 


Vapor-baths. 


27. 


Tubs. 




Water-closets- 


L9 


Hod-pans. 


16. 


Plunger, 


5. 


Closet-cisterns — 


22. 


Siphon, 


2S. 


Combined supply and 


17. 


Valved, 




flush valves. 


23. 


Washout. 


29. 


Couplings, miscellaneous. 


21. 


Water-closet and sewer 


30. 


Disinfecting apparatus. 




ventilation. 


20. 


Dry closets- 


18. 


Water-closet attachments. 


31. 


Magazine, 


37. 


Water-closet couplings. 


52. 


Portable, 


15. 


Water-closet valves. 


33. 


Receptacles. 







Class 137.— WATER DISTRIBUTION, (xxxix.) 


Subclasses. 


1. Aquariums. 


Mains and pipes — 


32. Check-valves. 


73. Taps, 


Cocks and faucets — 


72. Thawing, 


26. Compound, 


91. Thread -protectors 


4. Reciprocating valves, 


69. Valves. 


5. Sliding gates, 


59. Nozzle-holders. 


27. Tank, 


17. Nozzles — 


35. Thermal, 


55. Compressible, 


6. Tube-compressors, 


56. Flexible, 


7. Turning plugs. 


57. Splasher, 


9. Cut-offs and spouts. 


58. Systems. 


.1. Fountains. 


Pipe-couplings — 


.2. Funnels. 


88. Ball-and-socket, 


S3. Hose-patches. 


28. Detachable, 


.3. Hydrants and plugs. 


34. Detachable and flexible, 


.4. Irrigating and sprinkling — 


29. Permanent, 


13. Carts, 


89. Train - pipe , hand - oper 


14. Heads, 


ated, 


10. Insertors, 


30. Valved. 


15. Pipes, 


53. Safety-valves. 


17. Pumps, 


18. Sampling-tubes. 


12. Roses and cans, 


20. Siphons. 


11. Shakers, 


80. Sprayers — 


16. Systems. 


81. Cap, 


Mains and pipes — 


86. Centrifugal 


0. Cleaners, 


84. Cutters, 


1. Cushions, 


82. Piston, 


4. Fish-guards, 


87. Reaction, 


0. Hose, 


83. Rose, 


7. Leak-detectors, 


85. Terminal-cock. 


5. Pipes, 


21. Tanks— 


6. Stoppers, 


68. Automatic. 


8. Systems — 


54. Valves for inflation. 


9. 'House, 


31. Water-supply hose-holders 



47626— 0S- 



(81) 



DIVISION XL. 



EXAMINER MEBRITT. 



GLASSES. — 190, Baggage; 194, Check-Controlled Apparatus; 150, Cloth, Leather, and Eubber Eeceptacles; 
232, Deposit and Collection Eeceptacles; 41, Fine Arts; 240, Lighting-Fixtures; 224, Package and 
Article Carriers; 229, Paper Eeceptacles; 206, Special Eeceptacles and Packages; 217, "Wooden 
Eeceptacles, 



Class 190.— BAGGAGE. (XL.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 8, p. 6.) 



Class 194.— Continued. 



Subclasses. 



1. Convertible — 

2. Bed, 

3. Bureau— 

6. Front-opening — 

7. Compartment-front, 

4. Top and Iront opening — 

5. Compartment-top, 

8. Chair, 

11. Desk or table — 

12. Camp-kits, 

9. Shelved— 
10. Desk-flap, 

13. Wardrobe— 

14. Extensible — 

15. Telescopic. 

16. Sample-cases — 

1J. Link-supported tray. 

4*1. Traveling-bags — 

60. Article-attachers, 

55. Bag-fastening handles, 

42. Combined, 

51. Compartments and parti- 

tions — 

52. Exterior and auxiliary, 

44. Extensible — 

45. Telescopic — 

.46. Auxiliary opening, 

47. Back-fastener, 

54. Frame and bag -leather 
joints, 

43. Frameless and folding, 

49. Frames — 

50. Stays, 

57. Handles — 

58. Fasteners, 



no. 



Traveling-bags— 
Lock-plate handle-fasten- 
ings, 
Materials and patterns, 
Safety-attachers, 
Strap-loop fasteners, 
Top-opening. 
Trunks— 
Circular-end, 

Corner shields and buffers, 
Extensible and sec- 
tional — 
Telescopic, 
Followers, 
Frames and interior 

braces, 
Handles, 
Harness, 
Materials, 
Protecting-harness, 
Reinforcing-strips, 
Supporting devices, 
Tray movers and sup- 
porters — 
Lid-o perated move- 
ment, 
Link connections and 

props, 
Pivoted-tray — 

Vertical-pivot, 
Sliding-tray, 
Trays, 
Valances, 
Wall. 



Class 194.— CHECK-CONTROLLED APPARATUS. (XL.) 
(For definitions see Supplement No. 2, p. 2553.) 



Subclasses. 



Anomalous check — 

Fluid-delivery. 
Check-engaged alarm. 
Check in circuit — 
Article-delivery, 
Telephones. 
Check-operated switch — 
Article-delivery, 
Electric meters, 
Exhibitors, 
Fluid-delivery, 
Induction-coils, 
Phonographs, 
Telephones. 
Check-rotated wheel. 
Connectors — 
Article-delivery, 
Check- 
Reciprocating and 
turning parts — 
Article-delivery, 
Chance and game ap- 
paratus, 
Fluid-delivery, 
Reciprocating parts— 
Article-delivery — 
Sliding pusher, 
Chance and game ap- 
paratus, 
Fluid-delivery, 
Turning parts— 
Article-delivery, 
Chance and game ap- 
paratus, 
Concentric — 
Article-delivery, 
Chance and game 

apparatus, 
Fluid-delivery, 
Fluid-delivery, 
Gravity. 



97. 
98. 
99. 

100. 
101. 
102. 
103. 

92. 

93. 

17. 

18. 

19. 

22. 
23. 
24. 

25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
20. 

21. 
31. 
32. 

37. 
38. 
39. 
40. 



Fraud-preventives — 
Check-exhi bitors, 
Combined size and mate- 
rial testers, 
Material-testers— 

Magnets, 
Size- testers, 
Weight-testers. 
Lock-preventing— 
Article-delivery. 
Lock-releasing — 
Gravity — 
Forwardly-turning re- 
leased part — 
Article-delivery — 
Chance, 
Endless carrier — 

Magazine, 
Rotary feed, 
Sliding pusher, 
Exhibitors, 
Fluid-delivery, 
Game apparatus, 
Measuring instru- 
ments — 
Scales, 
Phonographs, 
Reciprocating released 
part— 
Article-delivery — 
Endless carrier, 
Sliding pusher, 
Artie le-securing 

stands, 
Chance and game ap- 
paratus, 
Exhibitors, 
Fluid-delivery, 
Measuring instru- 
ments — 
Pull-testers, 





Lock-releasing — 




Lock-releasing — 




Gravity- 




Thrust- 




Reciprocating released 




Pivoted detent — 




part — 




Reciprocating coin- 




Measuring instru- 




mover — 




ments — 


59. 


Door and lid locks, 


35. 


Scales, 


60. 


Fluid-delivery, 


36. 


Strike-testers, 


56. 


Measuring instru- 


44. 


Telephones, 




ments, 


45. 


Reset turning released 


61. 


Turning coin - mov- 




part— 




er — 


48. 


A rticle-deli very , 


63. 


Article-delivery, 


49. 


Arti cle-securing 


64. 


Artiele-s e c u r i n g 




stands, 




stands, 


50. 


Chance and game ap- 


65. 


Door and lid locks, 




paratus, 


66. 


Fluid-delivery, 


51. 


Door and lid locks, 


62. 


Measuring instru- 


52. 


Exhibitors, 




ments, 


53. 


Fluid-delivery, 


67. 


Reciprocating detent — 


46. 


Measuring instru- 


68. 


Article-delivery, 




ments- 


69. 


Reciprocating coin- 


47. 


Scales, 




mover, 




Thrust- 


70. 


Turning coin-mover. 


54. 


Pivoted detent— 


1. 


Miscellaneous — 


71. 


Article-delivery, 


2. 


Article-delivery, 


55. 


Reciprocating coin- 


3. 


Fluid-delivery. 




mover — 


95. 


Shutter. 


57. 


A rticle-deli very — 






58. 


Sliding pusher, 







Class 150.— CLOTH, LEATHER, AND RUBBER RECEP- 
TACLES. (XL.) 

(For definitions see Bulletin No. 17, p. 33.) 



Subclasses. 


Bags- 




Mail-bags — 


Body construction, 


23. 


Fasteners — 


Closures — 


26. 


Pivoted catches, sliding- 


Expanding-spring, 




bar, 


Folding bar and clamp. 


25. 


Stud and keyhole slot, 


Folding-flap, 


24. 


Tongue and staple, 


Mouthpiece, cap, or 


27. 


Turn-bolt with catches, 


stopper, 


14.' 


Multiple pockets. 


Parallel bars, 




Porte-monnaies and pocket- 


Pivoted jaws, 




books — 


Seam-valve, 


34. 


Article-holding, 


Shirring-cords, 


38. 


Bill-holding, 


Handles, 


28. 


Body construction — 


Harvesting. 


32. 


Blanks, 


Baskets and buckets — 


30. 


Gussets and partitions, 


Folding-frame, 


33. 


Handles, 


Rigid-bottom, 


31. 


Stays and braces, 


Rigid-frame. 


29. 


U -frame, 


Covers and cases — 


39. 


Card and ticket cases, 


Collar and cuff, 


42. 


Closures — 


Tire and wire coil. 


43. 


Band or strap, 


Mail-bags — 


44. 


Collapsible walls, 


Closures — 


45. 


Folding-frame, 


Collapsible-frame — 


46. 


Hinged-lid, 


Folding-flap, 


37. 


Coin-holding, 


Quadrangular, 


35. 


Combination, 


Folding-flap— 


40. 


Key-pouches, 


Corner-fold, 


36. 


Puzzle and secret com- 


Manifold, locking- 




partment, 


tongue, 


47. 


Safety attachments, 


Pivoted jaws, 


41. 


Stamp-books. 


Construction, 







(82) 



division \\, Continued. 



Class 132 



DEPOS1 r w D CO] I EC NON RECEPT U'l. ES, 
(XI 

(For definitions see Bulletin No. 8, p. I.) 



Subt assi 


S\ 


3. Ballot-boxes 




Letter-boxes — 


3. Ball. 


27. 


Colled Ion and delivery, 


14. Closures and chutes 


30. 


Collection devices 


Coin i rap 


31. 


Safety-receptacle— 


16. Endless oarrler, 


32. 


Auxiliary. 


>7. Pivoted 


21. 


Compartment 


>s. Cooperating o h u t e- 


25, 


Cooperative closures— 


closure 


26. 


Distributing-guide, 


19. Multiple-trap, 


38. 


Frame construction, 


'>o. Rotatable 


19. 


House- 


H. Turnsttle, 


20. 


Collection and deliv 


13. Gravity reverse-oheoks, 




ery— 


15. Letter-box 


21. 


Compartment. 


>3. Discharge, 


22. 


Door or window jamb, 


4. Guard-fingers, 


23! 


Inside fastener. 


:i>. Name-plate, 




Indicators — 


17. Pivoted trap— 


37. 


Door-operated, 


S. Double. 


33. 


Package clips and pock 


19. rocket 




els. 


)0. Bottomless, 


28. 


l'ivoted-receiver, 


>1. Integra] door, 




Signals — 
Sight— 
Door-controlled, 


>2. Turnstile, 


34. 


>3. Serrated shelves. 


35. 


7. Fare-boxes— 




Sound— 


4. Change-gates, 


36. 


Door-controlled, 


Collection devices — 


39. 


Supports and fasten 


5. Safety-receptacle — 




ings— 


6. Auxiliary. 


40. 


Movably-attached, 


3. Illumination, 


IS. 


Ticket registers and re 


9. Multiple coin slot and run- 




corders. 


way. 


41. 


Mdk-receptacles — 


2. Receivers, 


42. 


Door or window jamb, 


0. Ticket and chance. 


43. 


Funnel-filler. 


1. Ticket, car. 


1. 


Miscellaneous. 


S. Ticket punching and can- 


4. 


Savings-boxes — 


celing. 


5. 


Inspection, 


7. Letter-boxes — 


C. 


Frame-fastenings. 


9. Auxiliary, cooperating, 







Class 41.— FINE ARTS. (XL.) 



Subclasses. 


!. Artificial flowers. 


12. 


Medals. 


.. Artists' appliances. 


21. 


Metal ornamentation. 


). Badges. 


34. 


Mosaics and inlaying. 


!. Banners and flags. 


13. 


Ornamenting cloth. 


1. Canvas-stretchers. 


15. 


Pictures. 


'. Easels. 


32. 


Plastic ornamentation. 


!. Etching designs. 


16. 


Sculpture. 


1. Gilding, leaf. 


23. 


Surface ornamentation- 


. Glass ornamentation — 


33. 


Vitreous. 


Frosting- 


18. 


Transfers. 


Abrading, 






1. Chipping. 









CLASS240. LIGHTING ci XTURES. (XL.] 




Subclasti 


8 , 


1. 


Canopy shades and rcllce- 




Drop-lights 




tors. 


30. 


Cord supports, 


2. 


Ceiling blocks. 

Chandeliers, gas. 


31. 


Counterweight , 


3. 


32. 


Friction and clutch, 


1. 


Conduits 


33. 


Spring-drum. 


5. 


Boxes, pipe connections, 


34. 


(ins brackets and valves 


6. 


Conductors, b racket -sup- 


35. 


Gas-fittings. 




ported. 


30. 


Globe attachments. 


7. 


House-wiring — 


37. 


Globe-manipulators. 


8. 


Outlet-boxes — 


3S. 


Globes. 


9. 


Adjiist;iblc-face, 


39. 


Guards. 


10. 


Plugged inlets, 


40. 


Harps and hangers. 


11. 


Removable-wall, 




Lights- 


12. 


Integral sections, 




Incandescent — 


13. 


Joints, 




Special features— 




Junction-boxes — 




Chandelier- 


14. 


Thermal cut-outs. 


41. 


Couplings, 


15. 


Overground — 


42. 


Extensible. 


10. 


Panel-board type, 


43. 


Posts. 


17. 


Underground — 
Panel-board type. 




Reflectors- 


18. 


44. 


Hooded, 


19. 


Lining, 
Plural pipes— 

B racket-supported, 
Separable-wall — 


45. 


Miscellaneous, 


20. 


46. 


Side. 


21. 


47. 


Refracting attachments. 


22. 




Shade-supports — 


23. 


Conductors, b racket- 


48. 


Base, 




supported, 


49. 


Candle, 


24. 


Plural pipes, 
Wire-drawing — 


50. 


Double-clamp, 


25. 


51. 


Drop. 


26. 


Creepers, 


52. 


Miscellaneous, 


27. 


Motors, 


53. 


Spider, 


28. 


Sectional rods. 


54. 


Top, 




Drop-lights — 


55. 


Umbrella. 


29. 


Burner attachments, 


56. 


Street-light hangers. 



Class 224.— PACKAGE AND ARTICLE CARRIERS. (XL.) 
(For definitions see Bulletin No. 9, p. 4.) 





Subclasses. 


5. 


Body and belt attached — 




Hand — 


6. 


Baby or patient, 




Handle and strap — 


26. 


Bag, case, or frame — 


58. 


Strap-loop, 


27. 


Chatelaine, 


52. 


Handle, bar, and strap- 


25. 


Bracket, 


53. 


Harness, 


13. 


Cart ridge- 


54. 


Strap-tightener, 


22. 


Belt or sling — 


.49. 


Sling, 


23. 


Loop and pocket hold- 


47. 


Traveling-bag, 




ers — 


48. 


Tray. 


24. 


Skeleton, 


43. 


Saddle-bags — 


20. 


Block-cell, 


44. 


Traveling-bag. 


17. 


Compartment, 


29. 


Vehicle — 


14. 


Garment-attached, 


30. 


Bicycle — 


21. 


Individual holders, 


39. 


Bracket — 


15. 


Magazine — 


40. 


Folding, 


16. 


Longitudinal feed, 


41. 


Handle-bar sup 


18. 


Revolving, 




ported, 


19. 


Tilting pocket, 


31. 


Convertible and com 


7. 


Game, 




bined, 


28. 


Hand or wrist attached, 


42. 


Hooks, 


8. 


Knapsack — 


32. 


Receivers — 


9. 


Convertible — 


33. 


Collapsible-frame, 


10 


Tent, 


35. 


Forward-reach sup 


12. 


Slings, 




ported, 


11. 


Slings with belts. 


30. 


Handle-bar sup 


45. 


Hand — 




ported, 


40. 


Convertible and c m - 


34. 


Wrapper, 




bined, 


37. 


Spring-holders— 


50. 


Handle and clamping 


38. 


Frame. 




plates — 


4. 


Watch and clock. 


51. 


Strap-tightener, 


1. 


Weapon — 


55. 


Handle and strap — 


2. 


Sheaths and scabbards — 


56. 


Cord or chain — 


3. 


Hangers. 


57. 


Cord-hook, 







(S3) 



DIVISION XL.— Continued. 



Class 229.— PAPER RECEPTACLES. (XL.) 
(For definitions see Supplement No. 1, p. 2584.) 



Subclasses. 



5 3. Bags— 
57. Bottoms — 
Square— 
Corner-slits, 
Diamond-fold, 
Seamless, 
Closures — 
Cord, 
Fluted, 
Metallic, 
Compartment, 
Opening, 
Reinforced, 
Satchel. 
67. Barrels. 
6. Boxes — 

43. Closures — 

45. Fasteners — 

46. Cord, 

47. Metallic, 

44. Hinged, 
41. Collapsible, 

15. Compartment, 
Cylindrical — 

Pressed bottoms and 
tops, 
Dispensing, 
Division-plates, 
Handles, 
Lined, 
Openers, ripping, 

8. Ornamental, 
8.5. Savings, 

48. Seams, 

9. Slide— 

10. Compartment, 

11. Dispensing, 

49. Stays— 

50. Cord. 

16. Folded-blank boxes— 

24. Buckets— 

25. Closures — 

26. Integral-cover, 

27. Compartment — 

28. Cells— 

29. Wrapper, 
21. Cylindrical, 

17. Dispensing, 
23. Multiple, 



Folded-blank boxes — 

18. Sectors, 

19. Slide— 

20. Dispensing, 

30. Trays— 

32. Corner-flaps— 

33. Cover extension, 

34. Infolding side, 

35. Interlocking — 

36. Cover extension, 

31. Corner-folds 
22. Triangular, 

37. Tubes— 

38. Closures, inserted 

flaps— 

39. Interlocking, 

40. Wrappers. 

68. Envelops— 

75. Blanks, 

76. Closures— 

77. Fasteners— 

78. Metallic, 

79. Seal, 

80. Sealing^ 

81. Perforated, 

83. Soluble-dye, 

82. Tongues, 

84. Tongue, 

69. Coin, 

70. Coupon, 

71. Display, 

85. Openers — 

86. Cord, 

72. Pocket, 

73. Return, 

74. Tag. 

93. Tubes, cylindrical. 

1. Vessels— 

2. Angular, 

3. Cylindrical — 

4. Pressed, 

5. Liquid-proofed. 

87. Wrappers — 

88. Bag, 

89. Bottle— 

90. Corrugated, 

91. Padded, 

92. Mailing-sheets. 



Class 206.— SPECIAL RECEPTACLES AND PACKAGES. 

(XL.) 

(For definitions see Bulletin No. 18, p. 14.) 
Subclasses. 



Class 217.— WOODEN RECEPTACLES. (XL.) 
(For definitions see Supplement No. 4, p. 3005.) 



Subclasses. 



46. 


Packages — 




Receptacles — 


50. 


Cloth bolts, boards, etc., 


8. 


Hat and headwear — 


47. 


Combination — 


9. 


Racks, frames, and 


48. 


Matches withcigarettes, 




rings, 




etc., 


10. 


Insect-proof, 


56. 


Dispensing — 


20. 


Match-safes— 


58. 


Paper-rolls, 


28. 


Baffle, 


57. 


Paper sheets, 


31. 


Box-holders and con- 


49. 


Embroidery, laces, and 




vertible boxes, 




ruching. 


29. 


Match-packa ges, 


68. 


Incandescent mantles, 


33. 


Pocket- 




Multiple article — 


35. 


Cigar - cutters and 


65. 


Nested, stayed, or in- 




wind-guards, 




terfaced, 


34. 


Withdrawal igniting, 


66. 


Needles and pins, 


36. 


Scratchers and wind- 


67. 


Pencils, etc., 




guards, 


60. 


Plates and sheets — 


30. 


Side-supported, 


61. 


Fly-paper, 


21. 


Single-delivery — 


62. 


Fragile and sensitive, 


22. 


Grooved roller, 


51. 


Ribbons, braids, and 


23. 


Grooved slide — 




trimmings — 


24. 


Hori zontalmove- 




Rolls or spools — 




ment, 


53. 


Clamps — 


25. 


Picker-arm , 


54. 


Centrally-attached , 


26. 


Sliding pusher — 


55. 


Layer-retained , 


27. 


Pocket, 


52. 


Inclosed , 


32. 


Withdrawal igniting, 


59. 


Rolls and reels, 


12. 


Medicine-chests, 


69. 


Rubber bags and tubing, 


13. 


Musical instruments — 


63. 


Stationery,' 


14. 


Violin, 


64. 


Thread, 


15. 


Phonograph-cylinders, 


70. 


Watch-springs. 


37. 


Pocket and personal use — 


1. 


Receptacles — 


41. 


Cigars and tobacco, 


2. 


Acid-proof, 


38. 


Combination, 


3. 


Ammunition, 


43. 


Hypodermic syr i n g e s , 


4. 


Camp and lunch kits, 




etc., 


44. 


Display — 


42. 


Pellets and granules, 


45. 


Terraced or stepped 


39. 


Ticket-cases — 




shelves, 


40. 


Ejecting, 


5. 


Eyeglass or spectacle — 


19. 


Sacramental, 


6. 


Hinged parts, 


16. 


Tools and appliances — 


11. 


Fur, 


17. 


Bits and drills, 


7. 


Garment, 


18. 


Watch-movement. 



72. 

98. 
113. 
112. 
106. 
107. 
108. 
109. 
110. 
111. 

114. 

99. 
100. 
103. 
102. 
104. 

105. 
101. 

73. 

76. 

77. 

81. 

82. 

S3. 

84. 
-85. 

80. 

78. 

79. 

89. 

87. 

75. 

86. 

91. 

92. 

93. 

94. 

95. 

90. 

96. 

97. 

88. 

74. 

115. 

121. 

118. 

119. 

120. 

116. 

117. 

122. 

123. 

124. 

125. 

1. 

2. 

5. 

6. 

127. 

18. 

23. 

19. 

20. 

21. 

22. 



Barrels — 
Bungs — 
Bushings, 
Extractors, 
Locking— 
Bayonet-and-screw, 
Expanding — 
Gasket, 
Plugs- 
Frangible-dia- 
phragm, 
Protectors and cancel- 

ers, 
Valved — 
Automatic — 
Collapsible, 
Controllers, 
Flex i ble-d ia- 

phragm, 
Liquid-seal, 
Safety, 
Cases, 
Closures — 
Braced, 
Covers — 
Compartment, 
Hinged, 
Sliding, 
Wire, 
Croze and chamfer, 
Expanding — 

Wedge, 
Fasteners, 
Gates, 
Compartment, 
Followers, 
Hoops — 
Elastic, 
Retainers, 
Tighteners — 
Screw, 
Hoop-sockets, 
Joints, 
Moisteners, 
Staves, 
Ventilated. 
Barrel-stands — 
Racks, 
Rolling, 
Swing — 

Roller-supports, 
Tilting— 
Rolling. 
Baskets- 
Bottoms, 
Closures, 
Handles. 
Bent- 
Angular. 
Boxes- 
Block, 

Bottle-mailing cases, 
Cells- 
Bent, 
Bottle- 
Cord, 
Plate, 
Strip, 



45. 
39. 
42. 
51. 
11. 
64. 
65. 
12. 

15. 
14. 

16. 
13. 
69. 
70. 
71. 
66. 
67. 
68. 
17. 
126. 

3. 

4. 



Boxes — 
Cells- 
Clip, 
Cord, 

Cushioned, 
Plate- 
Cushioned, 
Pocket, 
Separable, 
Strip- 
Locking — 
Angular, 
Bent, 

Cushioned, 
Closures — 
Hinged— 
Display, 
Sliding, 
Supports — 
Detachable, 
Sliding— 
Display, 
Compartment — 
Display, 
Folding- 
Display, 
Crates — 
Bicycle — 

Folding, 
Cushioned— 
Padded, 
Spring- 
Spiral, 
Cylindrical, 
Fruit-box, 
Knockdown — 
Cylindrical and bilge, 
Folding — 
Horizontal-pivot, 
Horizontal and 

vertical pivot, 
Vertical-pivot, 
Sectional, 
Poultry, 
Ventilating, 
Wired slats, 
Display, 
Followers, 
Joints, 
Knockdown 
Folding — 
Horizontal-pivot, 
Horizontal and verti- 
cal pivot, 
Vertical-pivot, 
Sectional, 
Stays- 
Driving — 
Wire, 
Straps — 
Corrugated, 
Wire, 
Walls. 
Bucket-ears. 
Linings. 
Tanks. 



(84) 



DIVISION XLI. 



EXAMINER BROWN. 



CLASSES.— 213, Railway Draft Appliances; 152, Resilient Tires and Wheels. 





Class 218.— RAILWAY DRAFT APPLIANCES, (xli.) 




Subclasst 




39. 


Buffers— 




Couplings — 


60. 


Draw-bar actuated, 




Janney type — 


■> 


Fluid-pressure. 


12. 


Pivoted vertical latches 




Bumpers— 


13. 


Safety-brackets, 


3. 


Rigid. 


14. 


Vertical sliding pins, 




Couplings— 




Link- 


35. 


\i i ow-head and jaws, 


62. 


End openers, 


36. 


Bails, 


03. 


Handled, 


37. 


Beveled link and fixed 


15. 


Star-wheel detent, 




catch. 


47. 


Link-lifters, 


38. 


Beveled link and swing 


49. 


Miller hook — 




catch. 


66. 


Swing-heads, 


61. 


Chains, 


50. 


Pins and links, 


■40. 


Combined air-brake, 




Pin-supports — 




Combined draw-bar and 


16. 


Balls, 




hook- 


51. 


Gravity, 


4. 


Wit h link, 


52. 


Spring," 


43. 


Headed link and V-slot, 


54. 


Rolling detent, 


44. 


Hook and catch, 


53. 


Rotary heads, 


4.".. 


Hook and link — 


55. 


Sliding detent, 


5. 


Combined, 


56. 


Swing-pins, 


65. 


Janney type — 


57. 


Tools, 


6. 


Emergency-releases, 


58. 


Train, 


7. 


Gravity-locks, 


17. 


Twin jaws, 


8. 


Horizontal slid ing 


59. 


U nc oupling-levers. 




latches, 


42. 


Draw-bars — 


9. 


Knuckle-openers, 


41. 


Continuous, 




Knuckle - openers and 


64. 


Friction-buffers, 




locks — 


18. 


Street-car. 


10. 


Combined, 




Locomotives — 


11. 


Pivoted horizontal 


19. 


Side-track push-rods. 




latches, 


20. 


Street-car poles. 



Class 152.— RESILIENT TIRES AND WHEELS, (xli.) 





Subclasses 




28. 


Spring-wheels. 




Tires- 




Tires- 




Pneumatic — 


1. 


Cushion — 




Armored — 


2. 


Antislipping, 


16. 


Antislipping, 


3. 


Armored — 


17. 


Externally, 


4. 


Antislipping, 


18. 


Internally, 


6. 


Fastening devices — 


19. 


Divided treads, 


7. 


Sectional channels, 


20. 


Fastening devices — 


5. 


Inclosed cores, 


21. 


Sectional channels, 


8. 


Metallic springs, 


22. 


Multiple chambers, 


9. 


Sectional, 


23. 


Repairing — 


10. 


Cushion and pneumatic 


24. 


Bandages, 




combined, 


25. 


Healing compounds, 


11. 


Inflating — 


26. 


Plugs and patches, 


12. 


Valves, 


27. 


Tools. 


13. 


Pneumatic— 






14. 


Antislipping, 







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DIVISION OF TRADE-MARKS AND DESIGNS. 



EXAMINER CHAPMAN. 



CLASS 165.— Designs; Prints and Labels ; Trade-Marks. 



Class 165.— DESIGNS. 

The subclasses conform as nearly as possible to those of the 
mechanical classes. 

PRINTS AND LABELS. 

Not classified, but arranged in chronological order and pre- 
served for reference in the Examiner's room. 

TRADE-MARKS. 
Classification of Merchandise. 

1. Raw or partly-prepared materials. 

2. Receptacles. 

3. Baggage, horse equipments, portfolios, and pocket-books. 

4. Abrasive, detergent, and polishing materials. 

5. Adhesives. 

6. Chemicals, medicines, and pharmaceutical preparations. 

7. Cordage. 

8. Smokers' articles, not including tobacco products. 

9. Explosives, firearms, equipments, and projectiles. 

10. Fertilizers. 

11. Inks and inking materials. 

12. Masonry materials. 

13. Hardware and plumbing and steam-fitting supplies. 

14. Metals and metal castings and forgings. 

15. Oils and greases not intended for food. 

16. Paints and painters' materials, not including oils and polishes. 

17. Tobacco products. 

18. Agricultural and dairy machinery and parts thereof. 

19. Vehicles, not including engines. 

20. Linoleum and oiled cloth. 

21. Electrical apparatus, machines, and supplies. 

22. Games, toys, and sporting goods. 

23. Cutlery, machinery, and tools, and parts thereof. 

24. Laundry appliances and machines. 

25. Locks and safes.* 

26. Measuring and scientific appliances. 

27. Horological instruments. 

28 Jewelry and precious-metal ware. 

29. Brooms, brushes, and dusters. 

30. Crockery, earthenware, and porcelain 
31 Filters and refrigerators. 

32. Furniture and upholstery. 

33. Glassware. 

34. Heating, lighting, and ventilating apparatus, not including 

electrical apparatus. 

35. Belting, hose, machinery packing, and non-metallic tires. 

36. Musical instruments and supplies. 

37. Paper and stationery. 

38. Publications. 

39. Clothing. 

40. Fancy goods, furnishings, and notions. 

41. Canes, parasols, and umbrellas. 

42. Knitted, netted, and textile fabrics. 

43. Thread and yarn. 

44. Dental, medical, and surgical appliances 

45. Beverages, non-alcoholic. 

46. Foods and ingredients of foods. 

47. Wines, except medicated. 

48. Malt extracts and liquors. 

49. Distilled alcoholic liquors. 

50. Merchandise not otherwise classified. 



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